Kvitova testifies in attacker court case

If we didn’t already know Petra Kvitova was one tough cookie, she went from losing an emotional Australian Open final, to fulfilling a commitment to the WTA event in St. Petersburg, to testifying in the trial of the man who attacked her in her home in the Czech Republic in Dec. 2016.

According to the Daily Mail (via Ceske Noviny), Kvitova’s testified in a room separate from the main trial in a regional court in Brno.


Radim Zondra, 33, could face 12 years in jail if convicted.

 Zondra claims he was in Zlin at the time.

The trial continues March 26.

Recommended Stories

IMG Academy: Still groundbreaking after all these years

Contest winners enjoy the NY experience

Crystal Cruises CEO Rodriguez loves Venus Williams

ATP Rankings Report – Feb. 17, 2020

WTA Rankings Report – Feb. 17, 2020

Jack is back at the NY Open

Beatriz Haddad Maia gets 10 months

Team Tennis hits Chicago this summer

ITF clears Farah for doping violation

ATP Rankings Report – Feb. 10, 2020

Auger-Aliassime makes every point count

More calendar changes for the WTA Tour