The two-time Wimbledon champion was left “shaken, yet lucky to be alive” after she was assaulted by an interloper in her loft on Tuesday. Kvitova endured harm to ligaments and nerves in her playing hand and experienced surgery trying to repair the damage, with the method said to have gone “exceptionally well”.
The Czech faces up to six months off the WTA circuit, yet will in any event have the capacity to observe Christmas at home after she is released on Friday. Petra Kvitova will be discharged from healing center tomorrow [Friday].
Petra will participate in an exceptionally concise press instruction before going home to go through Christmas with her family. Radek Kebrle, the specialist who worked on Kvitova, said on Wednesday evening that the operation went “extremely well, without any entanglements” and that she could be back on court following six months at any rate.
Kvitova included that she had possessed the capacity to move her fingers in a session with specialists on Thursday, which she called “the best Christmas exhibit”. She likewise expressed gratitude toward everybody who had demonstrated support in the course of recent days, and said that she is anticipating investing energy with her family over the bubbly time frame.
The therapeutic staff, police, my family and my group have all given me stunning backing in this troublesome circumstance,” Kvitova said. I need to thank every last one of them for the vital part they have played in this. I have been overpowered by the surge of messages and love got from the tennis family, fans and open. Much obliged to you.