#13 In The World.
Petra Kvitova made her mark on the tennis world in 2011 at the age of 21, winning her first Wimbledon and reaching a career-high ranking of World No.2 (October 2, 2011). Since then, she has won 15 WTA titles as well as her second Wimbledon crown (2014).
“I am delighted to become a global brand ambassador for Ritmo Mundo and be the first tennis player to have a partnership with such a dynamic brand. I love Ritmo Mundo’s modern designs and am excited to become a member of the Ritmo Mundo family and help bring them further global recognition,’’ said Kvitova.
Two-Time Wimbledon Champion
Age 26, born in Fulnek, Czech Republic. Ranked #7 in the world with a career high rank of #2. Petra has finished in the season-ending Top 10 in each of the past 4 years. She is the only player born in the 1990’s (both WTA & ATP) to have won a Grand Slam Title. Petra led the Czech Republic to Fed Cup Titles in 3 of the past 4 years (2011, 2012, 2014) and is the Winner of the 2014 Diamond Aces Award – annual award given to the player who goes consistently above and beyond to promote tennis to fans, media and local communities. Winner of the 2014 WTA Sportsmanship Award, awarded to the player that shows the highest level of professionalism, attitude, and sense of fair play. Petra is also known for being the Global Ambassador for charity organization Right To Play.
Petra represents a unique opportunity for REFLEX to create global exposure for years to come on the biggest stages around the world. She possesses proven qualities of a champion, both on and off the court. Her resilience and winner’s mentality make Petra an inspiring role model and she resonates with fans of all ages all around the world. Petra is a Global Athlete Ambassador for Right To Play and is actively involved with the organization’s projects and assists Right To Play to help children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict and disease in disadvantaged communities. As a REFLEX Athlete Ambassador, Petra embodies the best values of sport and recognizes the impact play can have on shaping a better future for children globally.