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Kvitova can finish his career after being stabbed

Квитова может завершить карьеру после ножевого раненияEx-first racket of the world Peter Kvitova suffered serious stab wounds in a result of today’s armed attack on his home in the Czech Republic.

Kvitova in Spain preparing for the new season after training camp in the Czech Republic before heading to Australia I decided to spend a few days in his house in Prostějov.

Today in the apartment of tennis players under the guise of gasman penetrated the unknown man of 30 years. The robber attacked Peter and caused her lacerations to the fingers of the left hand. The assailant fled, his quest is still to no avail.

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Kvitova was taken to Brno, where he underwent a long operation. The life of a tennis player is not in danger, but her sports career is under threat, as the player is left-handed.

“As you probably have already heard, a man attacked me with a knife. I tried to defend myself, and I was wounded in the left arm. I’m shocked, but glad to be alive.

Severe wound, and I was forced to go to the doctors. But if you even slightly know me, then you know that I am strong and can handle it. The worst is over. Thank you to everyone who supported me. Don’t worry about me,” Kvitova wrote on his page on “Facebook”.

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Petra Kvitova twice (2011 and 2014) became the winner of Wimbledon. In 2011, the year the Czech Republic was the head of the WTA rankings. Also in the asset 26-year-old tennis player has 19 WTA titles, five victories in the fed Cup and bronze of the Olympic games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.

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