Kveta Peschke, the oldest tennis player of the US Open 2021


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Kveta Peschke, the oldest tennis player of the US Open 2021

For those who say that age is only a number, then they are on the same side of the path of the beloved Kveta Peschke. At 46 years old, the Czech continues to compete at the highest level of women’s tennis and obtaining incredible results.

His extensive career of 25 years and counting I go through all the stages and have to talk about. With two surgeries on his left knee, his goal was always the same: Enjoy tennis. From ’91 he began to compete on the circuit ITF and from there he never stopped again, achieving so far a total of 36 trophies (1 in singles and 35 in doubles). A curious fact: Between his first and last title there is a difference of 22 years (1998 to 2020).

Wimbledon 2011 with Katarina Srebotnik It was his highest consecration, showing that passion and love for what one does manages to overcome any type of barriers. With the Slovenian they achieved between 2010 and 2012 a total of 20 finals of which they won 9.

It also has a extensive relationship with several former Argentine tennis players: In 2005 he was consecrated with Gisela Dulko in Tier II (Premier 5) after defeating the Spanish pair of Conchita Martínez and Virginia Ruano. Another episode where she was involved with the Argentine born in Tigre was in the finals of Stuttgart, Montreal and the 2010 Tour Championship, where the albiceleste player came out the winner in her duels of couples with the Italian Flavia Pennetta.

Focused on the present, The Czech will make her US Open debut on Wednesday with Australian Ellen Perez against the Serbian Ivana Jorovic and the Dutch Lesley Kerkhove.


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