Petr Korda was born on January 23, 1968; he was a professional tennis player whose greatest claim to fame was winning the Australian Open in 1998, then being suspended when it 2as found that he ingested a banned substance called nandrolone shortly afterward.

The Prague-born tennis player turned professional in 1987, winning his first career doubles title in 1988. He won his top-level singles title in 1991.

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Petr Korda (Photo Credit: The New York Times)

Who is Petr Korda’s wife Regina Rajchrtová?

Korda married Regina Rajchrtová, a former professional tennis player from Czechoslovakia. They were blessed with three children, have two daughters and a son, namely Jessica, Nelly, and Sebastian, who is a tennis player. Jessica and Nelly are also professional golfers.

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Petr Korda (Photo Credit:

Regina Rajchrtova Korda is Sebastian Korda’s mother. She was born on February 5, 1968, and is also a former tennis player from the Czech Republic. She is currently 55 years old. Her best result in Grand Slam tournaments was reaching the fourth round of the US Open Championships in 1989 and 1991.

Regina 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.