Petra Kvitova was born on 8 March 1990 in Bílovec, Czechoslovakia. She is a Czech professional tennis player.
Kvitova was introduced to the sport of tennis by her father and she looked up to Martina Navratilova as her role model.
Petra who is known for her powerful left-handed groundstrokes is an Olympic bronze medal winner from the 2016 Rio Olympics representing the Czech Republic.
On 31 October 2011, she attained her highest-ever ranking of world number two. She turned professional in 2006 and is currently being coached by Jiří Vaněk who himself was a Czech professional tennis player.
Kvitova has 29 career titles to her name including two Major titles at the 2011 & 2014 Wimbledon Championships.
She currently uses the Wilson Pro Staff 97 racquet and endorses Nike apparel and footwear.
Kvitova currently lives in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Petra Kvitova Parents: Pavla Kvitová, Jiří Kvita
Pavla Kvitová and Jiří Kvita are the mother and father respectively of Petra Kvitova.
There has not been any disclosure yet about Pavla but her husband, Jiří is known to have been a former school teacher and now a Mayor.
They have three children including Petra and her two older brothers Libor and Jiří Jr.