Petra Kvitova defeated fellow Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina in Saturday’s thrilling Miami Open final and won her 30th career title at one of the most prestigious tournaments on the tennis calendar. We’ll take a closer look at the equipment that helped the Czech secure her Miami victory, including her tennis shoes, bags, apparel, racquet, and accessories.
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Stepping onto the court, Kvitova carried her gear in two new Wilson bags in the gold/black/brown colorway. On her left wrist we could notice a Tag Heuer watch, but more about it later.
The Wilson Super Tour 15 PK Pro Staff Bag features three main compartments (two are equipped with special technology that keeps racquets protected from extreme temperatures), a vented shoe tunnel at one end, and two large accessory pockets on both sides.
The Wilson Super Tour Pro Staff Duffle Bag holds Kvitova’s less bulky essentials.
Playing her way back into the WTA Top 10 in Miami, Kvitova used the Wilson Pro Staff 97 v14, a precision-oriented racquet perfect for advanced players. To reduce string vibration, the two-time Wimbledon champion used the Wilson Pro Feel Dampener.
During the fortnight at the Hard Rock Stadium, Kvitova mixed and matched a variety of Nike tanks and skirts, with all the outfits combining a strappy or racerback tank and a pleated skirt. For the final, her choice was a burgundy strappy tank and the black Nike Women’s Core Advantage Pleat Skirt. Her hair accessory was the white Nike Women’s Tennis Head Tie.
Kvitova’s tennis shoe model is the Nike Vapor Pro 2.
At the press conference after the final, with her trophy proudly displayed on the table, we could also notice her Tag Heuer watch with a bright orange strap. The model is Connected Calibre E4, a luxury smartwatch that seamlessly blends style and technology.
(photos by Jimmie48)