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Date created:. License type:. Release info:. You never know quite what to expect from Petkovic, who has emerged as one of the great characters on the women's tour.
She is world No 24 after beating Maria Sharapova en route to her first Grand Slam quarter-final at last month's Australian Open, but tennis is just one of the strings to her bow.
A political science student who lists the people she most admires as "Goethe genius in writing and Che Guevara genius in fighting ", she talks of forming her own political party and of becoming a journalist.
She records music with her friends — she plays drums and guitar — and has quickly attracted a cult following for an off-the-wall video blog under her online persona of "Petkorazzi".
Among her recent postings is a film showing how to perform the "Petko Dance", a victory jig she performs on court. Born in Bosnia to Serbian parents, Petkovic and her family moved to Germany at the start of the Balkan wars.
Their home was in Tuzla, where one bomb struck her grandparents' house, although nobody was injured. Petkovic's father, a coach and former player, was working in Germany when war broke out, which meant his family could join him in Darmstadt, where she has been based ever since.
Petkovic herself has a German passport. I have a big temper, though I try to control it. I hang around a lot with the Serbs at tournaments because they are somehow a little more easy-going, although I'm also very good friends with the German girls.
Although she quickly showed a talent for tennis, Petkovic was also successful academically and had been uncertain about a sporting career.
Enrolling for a correspondence course in political science — she is now in her third year — helps keep her options open.
I feel young people's problems are not being represented. In Germany young people only get contracts for work for, say, two, three or six months, so they can't start a family because they don't have the financial security.
I feel there is this circle of people and friends around me who are not being represented. I would really like to raise attention for this.
Maybe it's by forming a political party or maybe forming a youth magazine for politics. Petkovic admires Barack Obama for combining idealism with pragmatism, while her favourite politician of all time and her "hero for ever" is Helmut Schmidt, German Chancellor from to In July , Petkovic won her first WTA tournament in Bad Gastein , losing only one set throughout the tournament.
She also played the doubles final in Bad Gastein, partnering Tatjana Malek. After those two weeks, she achieved her then career high singles ranking of world No.
For the rest of the year, she struggled to repeat her success but had another good tournament at the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo where she came through the qualifying and reached the round of She then lost to eventual champion Kim Clijsters.
After that tournament, she reached the top 50 of the WTA rankings for the first time. At the French Open , Petkovic defeated Elena Vesnina in the first round.
She was beaten by defending champion Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round, after missing four match points on her own serve.
She lost to Justine Henin in the final. Petkovic's best singles performance in a Grand Slam event came at the US Open. Her first two matches were three-set upset victories over Nadia Petrova and Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
She performed an on-court dance following both triumphs. After she received a third-round walkover due to an injury to Peng Shuai , Petkovic lost her first career Arthur Ashe Stadium appearance to eventual tournament finalist Vera Zvonareva.
Petkovic was the 30th seed at the Australian Open. She advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Jill Craybas , Anne Keothavong , injured number three seed Venus Williams , who retired after just one game, and No.
She was defeated by eventual finalist Li Na in the quarterfinals, her best achievement in a Grand Slam championship of her career.
Petkovic then played Fed Cup for Germany and helped them to a win over Slovenia with two wins in singles rubbers.
Her next tournament was in Dubai , where she defeated fellow German Angelique Kerber in straight sets for the second straight week, but lost to Kaia Kanepi in the second round.
Petkovic defeated world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the fourth round at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami. In the semifinals, she lost to Maria Sharapova.
At the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Petkovic upset No. Petkovic would go on to lose to Wozniacki. In the final, she faced home favorite and No.
After that performance, Petkovic reached her new career-high ranking of No. As the 15th seed, Petkovic reached the quarterfinals of the French Open.
One month later, Petkovic lost in the third round at Wimbledon against the young Russian player Ksenia Pervak. Petkovic she became the sixth German player in history to crack the top 10 by winning her opening match at the Mercury Insurance Open in San Diego against American player Alexa Glatch.
At the US Open , Petkovic was seeded tenth. She went on to win the match against Navarro to secure her first ever quarterfinals spot at the US Open against the world No.
She performed her trademark dance to delight the audience after her fourth round win. On 8 September she lost to Wozniacki in straight sets.
In the quarterfinals, she defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and proceeded to the semifinals where she won against Monica Niculescu. It was her last match of the year.
She was seeded second at the Linz Open in October but withdrew before the tournament began, citing a right knee injury. Her first tournament of was the Brisbane International in January.
Petkovic then played at the Sydney International the following week. During the match, Petkovic received treatment for what was revealed the following day to be a double stress fracture of her spine and a spinal disc herniation.
She explained: "I've been having some back problems for the last three or four months. I've been struggling with it, but I've always believed it was going to be fine and so I pushed through the pain.
The last two weeks in Australia I've been having bigger problems and I could only play for 30—45 minutes without pain. The injury ultimately kept her out for three months.
Petkovic made her comeback in a Fed Cup match in April, losing to Samantha Stosur. She then played at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, beating Kristina Barrois in the first round.
In her second round match against Victoria Azarenka , Petkovic was down 2—6 and 4—4 when she rolled her right ankle. She was forced out with what was later revealed to be torn ankle ligaments, which required surgery and kept her out for another four months, including the French Open , Wimbledon , and the London Olympics.
She said of the injury: "I knew immediately that it was bad because I heard everything crack. I tried to pull my foot up, and it just flopped there.
In Germany. Ahead of her return to the tour, Petkovic was worried that she had fallen behind: "I was really scared that I would not be able to compete with the top players and that I might not be able to get back to where I was.
Your expectations once you were in the top 10 are to be back in the top I'm definitely scared of that. After her defeat in China, Petkovic fell to world rank , her lowest since March She had much more success in her final two tournaments of the year, reaching the semifinals of the Luxembourg Open and the Royal Indian Open.
At the Royal Indian Open, she beat Sofia Shapatava , Chang Liu, and Nina Bratchikova before losing to eventual winner Elina Svitolina.
By this time, her world ranking had risen to Petkovic's final match of was on 29 December in the Hopman Cup against Ashleigh Barty.
She won the first set 6—4 but appeared to be suffering from a knee injury late on in the set. She received treatment for it before the second set but could not continue and retired from the match in tears.
The injury was identified as a ruptured meniscus in her right knee, the second time in two years she had suffered the injury, and she underwent surgery on it in early January.
Everything bad that could happen, happened to me. So nothing surprises me anymore. I'm quite relieved it wasn't the ACL because it was a very similar pain and very similar symptoms to what I had in when I had my ACL torn in Australia.
I'm just hoping for a quick recovery. I would so much appreciate if I could be back on court after three or four weeks. I asked a few magazines if I could do an internship.
I asked a few politicians that I know if I could do an internship. They all told me you can come whenever you want, and you can stay as long as you want.
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