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						Andrea Petkovic

Andrea Petkovic

Date of Birth September 9, 1987
Age 34 years, 1 months, 27 days
Place of Birth Yugoslavia
Country Yugoslavia
Profession Tennis Player
Horoscope Virgo

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Andrea Petkovic net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2020-21! In this article, we will discover how old is Andrea Petkovic? Who is Andrea Petkovic dating now & how much money does Andrea Petkovic have?

Parents Zoran Petković, Amira
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Siblings Anja
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Andrea Petkovic Biography

Andrea Petkovic is a famous Tennis Player, who was born on September 9, 1987 in Yugoslavia. German female tennis player who has won multiple WTA ITF single, and ITF doubles championships. She was the national champion in her native Germany in 2007 and 2009. According to Astrologers, Andrea Petkovic's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Petkovic was the 30th seed at the Australian Open. She advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Jill Craybas, Anne Keothavong, injured number three seed Venus Williams, who retired after just one game, and No. 14 seed Maria Sharapova. She was defeated by eventual finalist Li Na of China in the quarterfinals, her best achievement in a Grand Slam of her career.

Her father Zoran is a former professional tennis player who was raised in Serbia. Her mother Amira was born and raised in Bosnia.

Andrea Petkovic (Serbian: Andrea Petković, Андреа Петковић , pronounced [ǎndrea pêtkoʋitɕ] ; born 9 September 1987) is a German tennis player. Born in Tuzla, SFR Yugoslavia, to Serbian father Zoran and Bosniak mother Amira, she moved to Germany at six months old. Petkovic turned professional in 2006 and reached her career-high singles ranking of world No. 9 in October 2011, after reaching the quarterfinals of three Grand Slam events that year.

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At the season-ending Fed Cup final, Petkovic lost the opening rubber to Petra Kvitová. Germany went on to lose their first Fed Cup final since 1992, with a final score of 3–1 for the Czech Republic.

Andrea Petkovic Net Worth

Andrea Petkovic is one of the richest Tennis Player & listed on most popular Tennis Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Andrea Petkovic net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Andrea Petkovic Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
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Source of Income Tennis Player
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She had already won four ITF titles by the time she finished school.

At the season-ending Fed Cup final, Petkovic lost the opening rubber to Petra Kvitová. Germany went on to lose their first Fed Cup final since 1992, with a final score of 3–1 for the Czech Republic.

Since the beginning of her professional career, she has kept a diary at irregular intervals about her life on the WTA Tour in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, a major German newspaper. Petkovic obtained German citizenship in 2001. She speaks Serbian, German, English, and French. Petkovic is of Bosniak and Serb ancestry. In a 2009 interview with the WTA, she stated that her parents might move to Novi Sad, Serbia, where they have a second home. When asked how German she feels, Petkovic replied, “Obviously I’m German, but I always say my soul is still Serbian. Germans are generally more cool, reserved. I’m very emotional, have lots of fire in my personality. In that sense still feel very close to my heritage. For all that, there is much to appreciate about Germany. I feel like I am part of the ‘system’ and feel very rooted there.” When the United States Tennis Association mistakenly played the Nazi-era version of the German national anthem (which includes the phrase “Deutschland über alles”) at the Fed Cup in Hawaii in 2017, Petkovic became outraged and nearly walked off the court.

Andrea Petkovic Height

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She was plagued by injuries in 2012, suffering back, ankle and knee injuries which sidelined her for six months and caused her world ranking to drop out of the top 100.

Petkovic turned professional in 2006 after she finished school, but she had already won four ITF titles. She was the winner of the tournaments in Antalya, Podgorica (both in 2004), Davos and Alphen aan den Rijn (both in 2005).

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The injury was identified as a ruptured meniscus in her right knee, the second time in two years she had suffered the injury, and she underwent surgery on it in early January. She said of the injury: “My team and I are actually managing to take it tragically funny… Everything bad that could happen, happened to me. So nothing surprises me anymore. I’m quite relieved it wasn’t the ACL because it was a very similar pain and very similar symptoms to what I had in 2008 when I had my ACL torn in Australia. I’m just hoping for a quick recovery. I would so much appreciate if I could be back on court after three or four weeks.” Having suffered from a third serious injury in less than a year, Petkovic considered retiring. “I did actually ask for a few internships. I asked a few magazines if I could do an internship. I asked a few politicians that I know if I could do an internship. They all told me you can come whenever you want, and you can stay as long as you want. But I never really wanted.”

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Ranked on the list of most popular Tennis Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Yugoslavia. Andrea Petkovic celebrates birthday on September 9 of every year.

In April 2007, she became a member of the German Fed Cup team. She played her first Grand Slam at the 2007 French Open, where she reached the second round after coming through the qualifying without losing a set and beating Jarmila Groth. There she lost to later Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli. After this, and having some success on the ITF Circuit (she won the ITF title in Contrexéville in July 2007), she reached the top 100 of the WTA rankings for the first time. Because of that, she was able to play in the US Open main draw without having to qualify. She once again reached the second round after beating Audra Cohen. In round two she lost to Lucie Šafářová.

At the Australian Open in January 2008, in her first-round match against Russia’s Anna Chakvetadze, she suffered a cruciate ligament rupture in her right knee after only two minutes of play. This prevented her from playing any tournament for almost eight months, which caused her ranking drop to 465. After the injury, she started playing mostly on the ITF Circuit again where she won a tournament in Istanbul in November 2008. She finished the year with a ranking of 315.

In July 2009, Petkovic won her first WTA tournament in Bad Gastein, losing only one set throughout the tournament. In the final, she beat Raluca Olaru. On her way to the title, she defeated, amongst others, Anna-Lena Grönefeld and Iveta Benešová. She also played the doubles final in Bad Gastein, partnering Tatjana Malek. The following week, she reached the semifinals in Istanbul, losing to Lucie Hradecká in three tight sets. After those two weeks, she achieved her then career high singles ranking of world No. 52.

In 2009, Petkovic played her first tournament at the Australian Open due to a protected ranking. She beat fellow German Kathrin Wörle to reach the second round but then lost to Alizé Cornet. She mostly kept on playing ITF tournaments until June with success. She won the GDF Suez Open Romania in Bucharest, defeating Jelena Dokić in the semifinals along the way, and regained a top-100 ranking.

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