Petr Korda & Regina Rajchrtová are the wonderful parents of Sebastian Korda, who is received as an American professional tennis player.

Korda’s career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 26 was achieved on 30 January 2023. He has won one ATP singles tournament, the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open.

Meet Sebastian Korda’s parents Petr Korda & Regina Rajchrtová

Sebastian Korda to his father, Petr Korda, and mother, Regina Korda. They are from the Czech Republic and are both former professional tennis players.

Petr Korda won the Australian Open men’s doubles trophy in 1996 and also captured the singles crown in 1998. He reached the finals of the French Open in 1992 and reached the quarterfinals twice at the US Open in New York.

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Petr Korda was born on January 23, 1968, and is a former professional tennis player from the Czech Republic. He began his junior career in 1985 at the French Open and won the boy’s doubles title partnering with fellow countryman Cril Suk. The duo also claimed the No. 1 ranking in doubles that year.

Petr made his ATP main tour debut in 1987 and won his first top-level singles title in 1991. He was known for the Scissor Kick celebration, which he would do at midcourt after winning matches. One of the highlights of the Czech’s tennis career was his triumphant run at the Grand Slam Cup in 1993.

Petr registered scintillating wins over former World No. 1 Pete Sampras and former World No. 2 Micheal Stich en route to the trophy. Petr was also a part of the Czech Republic team, which won the Hopman Cup in 1994.

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Regina Rajchrtova was born on February 5, 1986. She represented the Czech Republic in the 1986 Summer Olympics in Seoul and reached a career-high ranking of No. 26 in the world.

Regina, Her best result in Grand Slam tournaments was reaching the fourth round of the US Open Championships in 1989 and 1991. She also reached the quarterfinals of the French Open in the women’s doubles draw in 1990 and earned more than $300,000 in prize money through tennis. The Czech tennis player retired from the sport in 1993 and has supported her son ever since to carve out a successful tennis career.