Petra Kvitová is a Czech professional tennis player. She was born on March 8, 1990 in Bílovec, Czech Republic. It was in the year 2006 when she became a professional tennis player, which opened lots of opportunities to her sports career. In 2011, she experienced her breakthrough when she defeated Maria Sharapova and brought home her first Grand Slam title at the Wimbledon Championships. Throughout her career, she became known when she won seventeen career singles titles including two Wimbledon Grand Slam titles.
In one of Petra’s interviews, she mentioned that she’s training with her fitness trainer Alex. “My fitness trainer Alex came to the Czech Republic and worked with me on the physical side, with my coach David on the tennis side,” she said.
Now what’s her take when it comes to diet? “Obviously, diet is important for an athlete but I don’t have anyone telling me, ‘You can eat this but don’t try that.’ I’ve been a professional a long time already, so I should be aware of what I can and can’t eat,” she explained. “I’ve always known the basics and generally eat pasta or rice with fish, and try to eat a lot of veggies and fruit every day. There’s nothing crazy about my diet but no fried meals, nothing fatty and not much meat. I try to keep an eye on it but it’s not like I’m desperate to go and eat a whole chocolate cake! I do like a bit of vanilla ice cream though.”
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 25)
Height: 183 cm | 6 feet
Weight: 70 kg | 156 lbs
Bra/Bust Size: 12D | 34D
Waist Size: 74 cm | 29 in
Hip Size: 97 cm | 38 in