Kvitová then went on to win their next two clashes in straight sets – in the quarterfinals of Dubai and the round-robin stage of the WTA Tour Championships, both in 2013. 2 ranking, which Kvitová won in three sets. [140] At the Summer Olympics, 11th-seeded Kvitová defeated the likes of Tímea Babos and Caroline Wozniacki, and then avenged her earlier two losses to Makarova to sail into her second consecutive Olympic quarterfinal, where she beat Elina Svitolina in straight sets. [62] She then reached her first ever quarterfinal at the Indian Wells Open. The loss ended Kvitová's hopes of qualifying for the WTA Finals, having recorded five straight appearances at the event dating back to 2011. [171] However, she bounced back by winning the St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy. She moved past Francesca Schiavone in the first round in three sets. Kvitová and Venus Williams have met seven times with Kvitová currently leading the head-to-head 4–3. [228] She matched her equal-best result at the French Open for the first time after that, defeating Océane Dodin, Jasmine Paolini, Leylah Annie Fernandez, Zhang Shuai and Laura Siegemund, all in straight sets, to reach the last four where she fell to Sofia Kenin in straight sets. Téma kvitova petra or naha na wiki.blesk.cz. [37] Gaur egun arte, WTA bakarkako sailkapenean lortu duen posturik onena bigarrena da. Kvitová was the defending champion in New Haven and made the final once more but was defeated by the rising Simona Halep. [49] Kvitová then competed at the Summer Olympics, making her maiden appearance in the singles discipline. The loss marked the first time since 2013 where Kvitová lost back-to-back finals. She defeated the likes of Daniela Hantuchová, Ana Ivanovic, Agnieszka Radwańska, Caroline Wozniacki and Sara Errani en route to the title. [8], The following week, Kvitová competed in St. Petersburg where she was the defending champion, defeating Victoria Azarenka in her opener to reach the quarterfinals where she lost to Donna Vekić. This page wis last eeditit on 28 Juin 2020, at 14:26. There, Kvitová led by a set and a break, but was upset by the former world No. In the quarterfinals, she beat Konta and then in the last four, she went on to score her first win over Simona Halep to reach her first final of the year. As a junior, Kvitová achieved a career-high ranking of world No. Wozniacki exacted revenge by winning their next two meetings – in the third round of Cincinnati in 2013 and the round-robin stage of the 2014 WTA Finals. 62. Moreover, she was awarded the WTA Sportsmanship Award for the fourth year in a row, her fifth overall. She cracked the top 5 rankings, at world No. [231][232], However, due to her high-risk game and aggressive style of play she is known to produce a high number of unforced errors in matches. She beat Alexandra Dulgheru, Chanelle Scheepers and second seed Zvonareva to reach the last eight. [176], Kvitová started off her clay-court season with her maiden appearance in Charleston but lost her opener to fellow Czech Kristýna Plíšková, marking her first loss to a Czech player since May 2012, having amassed a run of 24 consecutive wins against her compatriots during that period. There, she clinched a spot in her second final here after defeating the likes of Carla Suárez Navarro, Jeļena Ostapenko, Ons Jabeur and world No. There, she came back from a set down to defeat Ashleigh Barty, winning her 26th career title. Petra Kvitová (Àdàkọ:IPA-cs; ojoibi 8 March 1990) je agba tennis ara orile-ede Tseki to gba ife-eye idije Grand Slam ni Wimbledon 2011. At the Qatar Open, third-seeded Kvitová cruised into the quarterfinals with two tough three-set victories over Venus Williams and Šafářová before falling to Jelena Janković in straight sets. [8] Kvitová then beat Slovaks Dominika Cibulková and Daniela Hantuchová in the Fed Cup opening round to put the Czech team in the semifinals. [212], On 7 October, Kvitová was announced as the sixth qualifier for the WTA Finals. Kvitová was scheduled to play the Open GDF Suez, but withdrew prior to her opening match because of a respiratory illness. [137], Kvitová suffered a dire grass court season as she failed to produce a winning record on the surface, falling early to Jeļena Ostapenko and Johanna Konta in Birmingham and Eastbourne respectively. [67] At the French Open, Kvitová beat Aravane Rezaï and Peng Shuai before losing in the third round to Jamie Hampton in straight sets, in a match where she struggled. [166] At the China Open, she moved past fellow Czech Kristýna Plíšková and American Varvara Lepchenko to reach the third round where saw off fifth seed Caroline Wozniacki, in straight sets. [258] They first met in 2012 at the French Open where, in her maiden Grand Slam main draw appearance, Barty was soundly defeated in straight sets. [217] Having failed to defend her runner-up result here from a year ago, Kvitová dropped out of the top 10, for the first time since February 2018. The loss meant that for the first time in her career, Kvitová has failed to record an appearance in the second week at the Grand Slams in a season. [266] The knife-wielding attacker left with $190 worth of cash and is suspected to be a male in his mid-thirties. 2 ranking for the first time since February 2012. [251], The following year, they clashed in the semifinals of Sydney where Li, once more, beat Kvitová despite being a set down, this time denying Kvitová the No. In 2015, Kvitová achieved the feat of making the quarterfinals at all four Grand Slams during her career after advancing to her first quarterfinal at the US Open, where she lost to eventual champion Flavia Pennetta. Kvitová and Agnieszka Radwańska met 13 times. She then rolled past Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets for a place in her fourth straight final at the tournament, where she beat compatriot Lucie Šafářová in three sets for her 17th career title. Her father Jiří introduced her to tennis.During her childhood, she admired Czech American player Martina Navratilova. She reached the last eight after defeating Ekaterina Makarova and Carla Suárez Navarro but there, she succumbed to Flipkens in three sets. She also helped lead the Czech Republic to victory in the Fed Cup final that same year, making it the Czech Republic's first Fed Cup title as an independent nation. Kvitová won both her rubbers in straight sets, defeating Kristina Mladenovic and Caroline Garcia. [6], Kvitová is kent for her fast left-haundit serve. [78] It was the first time Kvitová exited a Grand Slam tournament in the opening round since the 2011 US Open. [17] Her strong run there ensured her a top 20 debut in the rankings, at world No. She also possesses notable amount of variety in her game. She then recorded a straight-set victory over Sharapova, ending a five-match losing streak against her, but then lost her bid to qualify for the semifinals when she succumbed to Caroline Wozniacki in her last round-robin match. She is also noted for her exceptional timing. However, she saw that streak expire when she lost to young American wildcard Amanda Anisimova in the following round in straight sets. [239] Kvitová dominated the early stages of their rivalry, winning five of their first six clashes. –) olimpiai bronzérmes, kétszeres Grand Slam-tornagyőztes cseh hivatásos teniszezőnő. The following week at the Cincinnati Open, she lost to Petkovic in the same round once more. She also amassed a 35–7 and 20–9 record in the singles and doubles disciplines respectively. However, Osaka recovered from this turnaround, breaking Kvitová early in the decider en route to claiming victory. She was also named WTA Player of the Year, WTA Most Improved Player of the Year and ITF World Champion in 2011. Petra Kvitová (sinh ngày 8 tháng 3 năm 1990) là nữ vận động viên quần vợt chuyên nghiệp người Cộng hòa Séc, được biết đến là tay vợt thuận tay trái rất uy lực và đa dạng, Kvitová bắt đầu chơi chuyên nghiệp vào năm 2006 và thắng 27 danh hiệu WTA, 2 trong số đó là danh hiệu Grand Slam Wimbledon lần lượt vào các năm 2011 và 2014, Kvitova cũng đã giành được huy chương đồng Olympic Rio 2016 nội dung … However, the Czech team ultimately cruised into the semifinals with the score 3–2. She beat Coco Vandeweghe and 27th seed Svetlana Kuznetsova before losing to 12th seed Dominika Cibulková in the round of 16. [8] She subsequently concluded the year as world No. Petra Kvitova (ček. However, she succumbed to ninth seed Aryna Sabalenka in the championship match in straight sets, making it the tenth runner-up finish of her career. Their most recent encounter came in the semifinals of the Qatar Open, where Kvitová snapped the losing streak, recording her fifth win over Barty in the process. There, she moved past Görges via a retirement and then overcame world No. [250] All their encounters came throughout 2011 to 2013, the first being the semifinals of the 2011 Madrid Open which Kvitová won comfortably in straight sets. There, she was upset by 24th seed Bacsinszky in three sets. The Czech team subsequently advanced to the final for the fourth time in five years. [139] After Wimbledon, Kvitová exited the top 10 once again, having spent a short stint there throughout the tournament's two-week duration. [40] She scored those wins over the likes of Germans Julia Görges and Sabine Lisicki,[41] and Italians Francesca Schiavone and Errani. Their final encounter came in the 2015 Fed Cup final, where Sharapova edged past Kvitová in three sets. [106] She subsequently withdrew from Indian Wells and Miami due to exhaustion. [290] In May 2018, it was revealed by Kvitová that she has joined TAG Heuer as an ambassador. As o 11 Mey 2015, she is ranked Warld No. Her lone Grand Slam tournament appearance as a junior came at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships. [202], Kvitová began her clay court season in Stuttgart where she became the first player to win two titles in 2019. The famous journalist was born on 8 March 1990 in Bílovec, Czechoslovakia. Known for her powerful left-handed groundstrokes and variety, Kvitová turned professional in 2006 and has won 27 career singles titles, two of which are Grand Slam titles, the Wimbledon Championships in 2011 and in 2014.She also won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. [208] She returned to action in Cincinnati where she fell in her opener to Sakkari in three sets. Kvitová was ranked 71 places lower than Safina at the time. [264] The couple split in May 2016. There, however, she succumbed to world No. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended. Kvitová followed up with three consecutive wins in their next meetings – in the final of the Pan Pacific Open and the round-robin stage of the WTA Tour Championships, both in 2013, and the Fed Cup final in 2014,[247] all in three sets. [284], Kvitová endorses Nike apparel and footwear. V pondělním žebříčku se Kvitová posune na sedmé místo, dosud nejvýše v kariéře Petra Kvitová (Czech pronunciation: [ˈpɛtra ˈkvɪtovaː]; born 8 March 1990) is a Czech professional tennis player. 2006-ban kezdte profi pályafutását. Kvitová was named the sixth qualifier for the Tour Championships following the China Open. Van Wikipedia, de gratis encyclopedie. She then beat Wozniacki in three sets to reach the final where she overcame Li in three sets to win the title, thus ending a 10-month title drought. In addition, she also won the WTA Sportsmanship Award. 2006an hasi zen profesionaletan.Orduz geroztik banakako 27 titulu irabazi ditu, eta horietatik bi Grand Slam txapelketa: Wimbledongo txapelketaren 2011ko eta 2014ko edizioak. Ve své kariéře dvakrát vyhrála turnaj ve Wimbledonu, pětkrát získala s českým týmem Fed Cup a v roce 2011 ovládla Turnaj mistryň. [47] Kvitová was seeded fourth at the French Open. She then won her second title of the year and the ninth of her career in New Haven, defeating Nicole Gibbs, Lucie Šafářová, Errani and Kirilenko along the way. [93] At the Connecticut Open where she was seeded second, she received a bye into second round where she faced Makarova again, whom which she defeated easily in straight sets this time to reach the last eight. [12] She then sailed to the semifinals of Wimbledon, defeating Sorana Cîrstea, Zheng Jie, Victoria Azarenka, Caroline Wozniacki, and Kaia Kanepi en route, before falling to defending and eventual champion Serena Williams in straight sets. [9] After suffering consecutive winless appearances at the Australian Open, the Open GdF Suez and the Dubai Championships, she reached the third round in Indian Wells, losing to eventual champion Vera Zvonareva. Kvitová then proceeded to claim her first two wins over the Russian, in the final of the 2011 Wimbledon Championships in straight sets and later that year, in the semifinals of the Pan Pacific Open via retirement.[244][245]. Dvostruka je pobednica Vimbldona 2011. i 2014, trenutno je na četvrtom mestu WTA liste (jul 2014). She lost to Camila Giorgi in the second round. [252] Later that year, Kvitová scored her second win over Li, in the Montreal final which she won in three sets to snap a 10-month title drought and capture her first title of 2012.[253]. There, she lost to Agnieszka Radwańska in straight sets. [148] At the Luxembourg Open, top-seeded Kvitová reached the final but lost to Monica Niculescu in straight sets. [112] Seeded fourth at the French Open, she defeated Marina Erakovic, Sílvia Soler Espinosa and 30th seed Begu to reach the fourth round of a Grand Slam tournament outside of Wimbledon for the first time since the 2012 US Open. [218] Kvitová's final tournament appearance, before the suspension of the tour in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic,[219] was in Doha where she was the eighth seed. [81] Next, Kvitová competed in Indian Wells where she was the eighth seed. [8], In 2010, Kvitová reached the semifinals of the Memphis Open, losing to eventual champion Maria Sharapova. [8], Kvitová started 2009 impressively by reaching her first ever final, at the Hobart International, having defeated Sally Peers, Alona Bondarenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Virginie Razzano en route. As the third seed, she was drawn into the same group as Roberta Vinci and Strýcová, defeating both players in straight sets to advance to the semifinals where she sailed past wildcard Zhang Shuai. Kvitová and Caroline Wozniacki met 14 times. [215], Kvitová began 2020 at the Brisbane International. At the 2011 Wimbledon Championships, she haed 36 aces, the third-maist o ony wumman. Then, she racked in her first ever top-10 win by beating world No. Kvitová trained in her hametoun till the age o 16, an wis then encouraged bi an instructor tae pursue a professional career in tennis. [115], In August, it was revealed that Kvitová was diagnosed with mononucleosis (also known as glandular fever) and that she contracted the virus during spring earlier in the year but nevertheless, was cleared to compete. [8] She then made the quarterfinals of the Connecticut Open where she retired to Carla Suárez Navarro after dropping the first set due to a shoulder injury. [133] Seeded fifth in Stuttgart, she made her first semifinal at the tournament since 2012 but there, she lost to eventual champion Angelique Kerber. [199] At the Dubai Tennis Championships, Kvitová recorded consecutive wins here for the first time since 2013, beating both Kateřina Siniaková and Jennifer Brady in three sets to reach the quarterfinals, where saw off Viktória Kužmová in straight sets. [214] Kvitova maintained her year-end ranking from the previous year, world No. They met thrice in 2013. 29. [43] In Miami, she exited in the second round after falling to Venus Williams in three sets. In 2016, she won the WTA Elite Trophy in her first appearance at the tournament, thus becoming the first player ever to win both categories of year-end championships on debut. In Wuhan, she sailed to the last four by scoring wins over Polona Hercog, Sloane Stephens and Dayana Yastremska, all in straight sets, but was then stopped by Alison Riske. There, she saw off third seed Garbiñe Muguruza to sail into her tenth Grand Slam tournament quarterfinal where she was stopped by ninth seed Venus Williams in three sets. Kerber then won their two next clashes in the quarterfinals of Rome and the semifinals of Cincinnati, both in three sets. She also won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. [268] Three days later, in her first press conference since her surgery, Kvitová revealed that she had regained movement in her left hand. 1 when she defeated Kerber in three sets, in a match that lasted nearly three-and-a-half hours. She also amassed a 35–7 and 20–9 record in the singles and doubles disciplines respectively. [197], As the eighth seed at the Australian Open, Kvitová cruised into the quarterfinals without dropping a set, recording wins over Magdaléna Rybáriková, Irina-Camelia Begu, Belinda Bencic and Amanda Anisimova. [179] Kvitová then enacted a 13-match winning streak the remainder of the clay court swing, first, by claiming the title in Prague, her maiden title on home soil, dispatching Tereza Smitková, Natalia Vikhlyantseva, Kateřina Siniaková and Zhang Shuai to reach the final, all without the loss of a set. [181] The winning streak ended at the French Open, when she crashed out in the third round to 25th seed Kontaveit in straight sets. In the opening round of Fed Cup, where the Czech team faced Australia, Kvitová started with a win in singles over Jarmila Gajdošová and followed it up with a three-set victory over Samantha Stosur, saving a match point in the process.