Petra Kvitova, the glittering 29-year-old world’s No. 7 having had 27 career singles title, has been set to perform for the third time in her career in an indoor tournament of St. Petersburg after completing her tour in Australia.
Kvitova, the intriguing Czeck, long-adored for her powerful left-handed groundstrokes, would likely to be the top-ranked star in the St. Petersburg tournament and could came across another singles’ triumph in the chills of Sibur arena.
Aside from the drop-dead gorgeous Kvitova, the tantalizing Wimbledon winner in 2011 and 2014, there would be world’s No. 14 Marketa Vondrousova, a 20-year old Czech star in the making who finished as runner-up in the 2019 French Open and became the first teenager to partake in a Grand Slam finale since Caroline Wozniacki.
Besides, according to a Czeck weekly newspaper report published on Sunday, the 5th of January 2019, tennis fans could look forward to Petra Kvitova earlier this year in four cities such as Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and St.
Petersburg, while Kvitova, the cerulean comely long-cherished for her breakneck left-handed serves, would visit St. Petersburg after completing her tour in Australia as beforementioned. Nonetheless, apart from the world’s No.
7, out of the world’s top ten, Dutch world’s No. 9, Kiki Bertens, 28, defending champion of the St. Petersburg indoor tournament, would duel to hold on to the Russian indoor title, the Czeck newspaper report revealed.