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Telegraph: Kvitova Remains Humble

Petra Kvitova has plenty to be proud of after capturing her second Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, but she enjoys few of the perks of celebrity.

Published July 07, 2014 12:11

Telegraph: Kvitova Remains Humble
Petra Kvitova

Though she now has two Wimbledon titles on her résumé and is a former World No.2, Petra Kvitova still doesn't consider herself a superstar.

Some would argue that, considering the spectacular display she put on in Saturday's final against Eugenie Bouchard at the All-England Club.

Read a column on The Telegraph's website about Kvitova's past and future.

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