“I Can’t Tell You How It Feels”- Petra Kvitova Shows Off Her First Serve


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People can leave home whenever they want, but social distancing rules and face masks remain compulsory. The citizens will be able to go abroad again, under strict conditions. The status quo of the Czech Republic, a landlocked country in Central Europe. To date, Czechia has 7580 Coronavirus cases and death toll crosses 225. Meanwhile, Two-times Wimbledon Champion Petra Kvitova has shared her experience of hitting tennis balls again on the court. 

Let’s Take Our Time -Petra Kvitova

The latest tweet from World No.12 says, the Czech has already started practising tennis on the Court. Definitely, This will be good news for the whole tennis community across the world. It seems like tennis tours can go back to normal soon. 

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2011 WTA Tours champion tweeted: “Restrictions are slowly starting to lift here in The Czech Republic. Can’t tell you how good it feels to be able to hit tennis balls again. Stay everyone and let’s take our time adjusting to the new normal.”  

“A Good Times to begin ATP-WTA Merger Conversations”- Kvitova

Former World No.02 Kvitova urges female tennis players to be treated as equals in the merger governing body.  

A two-times Grand Slam winner Petra Kvitova said to Reuters: “If we can find a way for the men and women to work together for the better of the sport then that would be exciting. Combining our tours year-round would hopefully produce a stronger sport, better TV coverage, more sponsors and most importantly, a better experience for fans.”

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“First of all, a merger would take a great deal of discussion and hard work as many things would need to change. I think it’s a good time to begin those conversations since we have this pause in our calendar. I believe it’s important that WTA players can be part of those discussions because it has to come from both sides.” She added.


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