Radek Stepanek And Petra Kvitova Have Broken Up!
by Tom Gainey | April 30th, 2014, 10:25 am

In the biggest news of the week (!!!), Czech media are reporting that Radek Stepanek and Petra Kvitova have broken up.

The two began dating last year after Stepanek split up with former Czech star and wife Nicole Vaidisova. Stepanek had previously been engaged to Martina Hingis while Kvitova was linked with a junior player before Stepanek.

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9 Comments for Radek Stepanek And Petra Kvitova Have Broken Up!

roy Says:

next stop, safarova.

RZ Says:

@roy – LOL. I was thinking that she may be the next Czech player to date the “Don Juan of Tennis” and fashion icon. http://www.chatsports.com/tennis/a/Straight-Sets-For-Stepanek-the-Show-Starts-with-the-Shirt-0-8430017

Hippy Chic Says:

All i can say is myyy god that man must be great in bed?or have a great charismatic personality?maybe he listens and cares or has a great SOH?as Michael was saying to me yesterday its not always the best looking guys that attract the women?i dont see the attraction still each to their own?

queen Says:

Ha ha ha what a shocker! She is a supermodel he is how to say it nicely hmm… hard to look at?

Humble Rafa Says:

It is well known that Worm is good in bed. When he enters the locker room, everyone bows.

Kimmi Says:

Thank god, hopefully now Petra can now concentrate on important things…tennis!

jamie Says:

He must be hung like a horse… only explanation for his appeal with so many women.

grace Says:

so glad she summed him–hes a slob

grace Says:

So glad she DUMPED him–he seems to be a slob

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