Tomas Berdych is a Czech-born professional tennis player. Early in his career, Berdych recorded his biggest win when he clinched the 2005 Paris Masters title. He recorded another highlight of his career at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships, where he pulled off 2 successive upsets over tennis superstars Roger Federer in the quarterfinals and Novak Djokovic in the semis. Unfortunately, he couldn’t repeat the feat in the final where he lost to Rafael Nadal. He also played his way into the semifinals of the 2010 French Open after defeating Andy Murray in the 4th round.

Berdych recorded another victory over Federer at quarterfinals of the 2012 US Open before getting ousted by eventual champion Murray. In addition to his 2005 Paris Masters victory, Berdych also made the finals of the 2010 Miami Masters in 2010, 2012 Madrid Open as well as the Monte Carlo Masters in 2015. In May 2015, he attained his career-best ranking at No. 4 on the ATP rankings.

Tomas Berdych Bio, Age

Tomáš Berdych was born on September 17, 1985, to Hana and Martin Berdych in Moravia, Czechoslovakia (present-day Czech Republic). His father, Martin Berdychová, was a train engineer and he was equally very good at tennis. His mother Hana is a physician.

The young Berdych started practising tennis when he was just five at a tennis centre in his hometown of Valašské Meziříčí, Moravia. He was a top junior player, winning several titles including the Czech Republic U-12 Junior Title. He also won the 2001 US Open Boys’ Doubles title alongside Stephane Bohli before going professional the following year.

After taking part in several Futures and Challenger tournaments, Tomas Berdych eventually clinched his first ATP title at the 2004 Campionati Internazionali di Sicilia in Palermo, Italy. He also put up a good run at the 2005 Swedish Open before losing the final to Rafael Nadal. He went on to clinch his first ATP Masters Series title at the 2005 Paris Masters. Two years later, he won his third ATP title at the 2007 Halle Open. This was followed by one title in 2008 (AIG Japan Open) and another in 2009 (the 2009 BMW Open).

The following year, Tomas Berdych reached his first Grand Slam final at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships by defeating defending champion Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic en route. He eventually finished as runner-up of the tournament after succumbing to Rafael Nadal in the final match. In 2011, he clinched his 6th career title by overcoming Marin Čilić at the final of the 2011 China Open.

Tomas Berdych paired with compatriot Petra Kvitová to win the 2012 Hopman Cup for the Czech Republic. He went on to win the 2012 Open Sud de France and also reached the quarterfinals of the 2012 US Open, becoming the third Czech player to reach the quarter-finals of all 4 Majors. Two years later, Tomas Berdych overcame Grigor Dimitrov at the final of the 2014 Stockholm Open to clinch his only title of the year. He also won the 2015 Shenzhen Open followed by the 2015 Stockholm Open title, successfully defending the title which he won the previous year and clinching his 12th ATP World Tour title.

In 2016, Tomas Berdych picked his 13th ATP title at the Shenzhen Open where he defeated Richard Gasquet at the finals. The Czech-born tennis star was plagued by several injuries in 2017, however, he was able to reach the semis of the 2017 Wimbledon championships where he was defeated by the eventual champion Roger Federer.

Tomas Berdych’s Wife, Girlfriend

Tomas Berdych and his wife Ester Satorova
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Tennis star Tomas Berdych is currently married to model Ester Sátorová. They met in 2011 and after several years of dating, the duo got engaged in the year 2014. Their wedding took place the following year on July 16, 2015, in a ceremony at Monte Carlo’s luxurious Le Méridien Beach Plaza with a few of the couple’s family and friends in attendance.

Prior to his marriage union, Berdych was known to have dated fellow Czech tennis player Lucie Šafářová. Their relationship lasted for about 10 years and came to an end way back in 2011.

Net Worth

Czech-born tennis star Tomas Berdych went professional way back in 2002. Since then, he has remained consistent and has reached the advanced stages of several tournaments including all four Grand Slams. Berdych may not have many titles to show for it, however, he definitely has a lot of wealth to boast of his successful professional career. The tennis star has bagged over $28,000,000 in career earnings alone. In 2017, Tomas Berdych was ranked as one of the top 10 earners in men’s tennis. His net worth is estimated at $17 million.

Height, Weight And Other Body Measurements

Tomas Berdych is some sort of a giant as he stands at an impressive height of 6 feet 4 inches (196 cm). As a result of his towering height, Berdych is known for his top-notch footwork. He also stands out for his fast pace, powerful groundstrokes as well as his serve. These technical abilities, coupled with his unpredictability makes Tomas Berdych a very formidable opponent. Thanks to his career consistency, Berdych has maintained his weight at an average of 91 kg (200 lbs).

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