Petr Korda is a popular Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic tennis coach who is most renowned as his tennis coach and tennis player.

Korda first came to the tennis world’s attention as a promising junior player. In 1985, he partnered with fellow Czech Cyril Suk to win the boys’ doubles title at the French Open. Korda and Suk ranked the joint world No. 1 junior doubles players that year.

Korda turned professional in 1987. He won his first career doubles title in 1988 and his first top-level singles title in 1991.

Korda was involved in four Grand Slam finals during his career – two in singles and two in doubles. Korda also was known for the “Scissors Kick,” which he would do at midcourt after winning matches.

Petr Korda wins his first Grand Slam match - UBITENNIS
Petr Korda (Photo Credit: UBITENNIS)

Before the ban, Korda had already announced his retirement after losing to Danny Sapsford and failing to qualify for Wimbledon 1999. However, after his ban, he competed in Czech ATP Challenger Tour events: the Prague Open (singles and doubles) in December 2000 and the Czech Open (doubles) in 2001 and 2005.

Petr Korda career earnings & net worth: How much has Petr Korda made?

Petr earned a total of $10,448,900 from various competitions, but that’s not all of Korda’s earnings, which may include sponsorships, businesses, and promotions. Petr Korda’s net worth in 2018 was estimated to be around $5 million. As of now, Petr Korda’s net worth is approximately to be $6 million.