Petra Kvitova sends message to fans after ‘new experience’ in 2021 season

Petra Kvitova, a two-time Wimbledon champion, is one of the most successful players on the WTA Tour. She has even been at the top for more than a decade.

She did, however, complete her 2021 season at Indian Wells, where she lost in the third round to Victoria Azarenka. Despite her unusual feelings, the Czech Republican expressed her gratitude for the tennis year she had.

Indian Wells is traditionally held in March rather than October, which is why Kvitova felt it was unusual to end her career there.

However, she expressed delight at the return of supporters as well as a desire to fight again next year.

Even if it wasn’t her finest season, Petra Kvitova, 31, played outstanding tennis throughout the year. In addition, she won her 28th WTA title in Doha.

In singles, the Czech Republican finished with a 28-16 win-loss record. Given this, she will not be able to qualify for the WTA Finals in 2021. She is relieved that the long and exhausting season is finally over.

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Petra Kvitova finishes the 2021 season with positivity

“My 2021 season has come to an end,” Kvitova wrote. 

“It feels strange to finish it after Indian Wells (usually in March!), but it has been a strange season, I guess.

“I’ll always be grateful for the experiences gained, even the tough ones, and the biggest thing I’m thankful for this season is having the fans back with us.”

In addition, Kvitova stated that she is excited to compete in the Australian Open next year. She would, however, take a break from tennis before that.

“I’m finishing the season tired but still with a hunger to fight inside me, another positive!

“So now it’s time for a much-needed vacation, for some Petra time, and then I plan to be ready to go again in Australia in January. Until then, keep smiling,” Kvitova concluded.

Kvitova, for example, competed in all four Grand Slam tournaments in 2021 but failed to win any of them. Her highest finish in a major competition was a third-round appearance at the US Open.

Hopefully, the Czech pro will return stronger the following year and enhance her Grand Slam results.

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