Petra Kvitova Net Worth: Know her earnings, tennis, ranking,stats, facebook, instagram, relationship

Petra Kvitova Net Worth: Know her earnings, tennis, ranking,stats, facebook, instagram, relationship

Facts of Petra Kvitova Net Worth: Know her earnings, tennis, ranking,stats, facebook, instagram, relationship

Net worth$24 million
Date of Birth:1990 March 8
First NamePetra
Last NameKvitova
Age:34 years old
Birth Nation: Czech Republic
Height: 6 Feet

A left-handed Czech professional tennis player, Petra Kvitova has the net worth estimated to be around $24 million. She has already won 26 major career single titles.

Petra Kvitova

What are the earnings of Petra Kvitova? Know about her salary and net worth:

A 28-year-old tennis player started her professional career at the age of 20 and has already accumulated a fortune of $24 million. Without a doubt, her main source of income is tennis.

Petra Kvitova Net Worth

Down here we'll be looking at the earnings of Petra from her career as a tennis player:

2008= $218,000
2009= $259,000
2010= $647,000
2011= $5.1 million
2012= $2.7 million
2013= $2.8 million
2014= $5.2 million
2015= $153,000

Moreover, as of 2015, she was the fifth highest-paid tennis players according to Forbes. She also endorses Nike apparel and footwear.

How did Kvitova start her professional career? Let's Know:

Kvitova started her professional career back in 2006 as a junior. But only a year later, she participated in the US Open and managed to reach the second round of qualification.

Petra's Early Career

In 2008, Petra participated in Australian, French, Wimbledon, and US Open. Her major success in 2008 was the fourth round in French Open. Continuing to her career, Kvitova reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon Open in 2010 and lost to defending champion, Serena Williams.

Know about Kvitova's Winning Streaks and Titles Over Here:

Only a year later, she won the title of Wimbledon Open defeating Maria Sharapova. Progressing each year, Petra reached the semi-finals of Australian and French Open in 2011. 

Kvitova's Later Career

Her other success came in 2014 when she won Wimbledon Open for the second time defeating Eugenie Bouchard. Recently in 2019, she reached the finals of Australian Open where she lost to Naomi Osaka.

Talking about her other titles, Kvitova has won Year-End Championships Finals one time when she defeated Victoria Azarenka in 2011 but in 2015, she lost against Agnieszka Radwanska.

Success for Kvitova

Also, in 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, Petra Kvitova represented the Czech Republic in tennis. She lost to gold medalist Monica Puig in the semi-finals but defeated Madison Keys to grab the bronze medal.

To summarize her career statistics, Petra has the win record of 69.63% with a career record of 502-219. She has won 26 WTA singles titles and 7 ITF singles titles. She is currently ranked no. 2 as of January 28, 2019.

When and where was Petra born? Know about her childhood:

Petra Kvitova was born on March 8, 1990, in Bilovec, Czechoslovakia, to the parents, Pavla Kvitova and Jiri Kvita. She also has two elder brothers.

Petra Kvitova Young

Kvitova was introduced to tennis by her father and she used to train at her hometown. Later, an instructor encouraged her to pursue tennis as her career.

Is Petra still single? Know about her relationship status here:

Kvitova might be currently single as she has not spoken anything about her relationship status.

Kvitova and Radek Meidl

However, she dated a Czech hockey player, Radek Meidl in 2014. The couple spent around two years together and split up in 2016.

Is Petra popular over social media also? Let's check her accounts:

6 feet tall tennis player is popular over social media also as her Twitter account shows a total of 577K followers and 2,510 tweets till the date.

Petra Kvitova

Similarly, on Instagram, she has gathered around 454K followers and she has posted 734 times over there so far.

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