Petra Kvitova dreams to share Wimbledon Champions Dinner with Roger Federer

Petra Kvitova dreams to share Wimbledon Champions Dinner with Roger Federer

Petra Kvitova won Wimbledon twice, in 2011 and 2014. But in none of these years, Roger Federer conquered the men’s singles title, as he lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the 2011 quarter-finals and to Novak Djokovic in 2014 final, both times in five sets.

Kvitova would have loved to attend the Champions Dinner with Federer, an eight-time Wimbledon champion. ‘What a shame! But just in these years, Federer did not win. It would have been nice because Roger is a good guy, I like him a lot‘, the Czech told Blick.

Asked if Federer can win his ninth Wimbledon title, Kvitova replied: ‘He definitely can. Because Roger exactly knows how to play on grass. I admire him. He is not younger anymore. But his movement makes him so good.’

On her great grass-court results, Kvitova added: ‘I have a big game for it. Of course, I want to win a third time. But it will be tough. Many things happened since then, I stay realistic.’ Asked if he imagines herself playing until 37 like Federer, Kvitova replied: ‘I would like to play the Olympic Games again, so 2020 Tokyo.

What will happen afterwards, we will see. For example, I also think about starting a family.’ Victoria Azarenka is a mother and still a tennis player. ‘Career and kids: ora hard. For men it’s much easier’, concluded Kvitova.

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