PHOTOS - 2019 MIAMI - Tomas Berdych withdraws from Miami Masters. He won't be making his 15 consecutive appearance at the Miami Masters as he has withdrawn from the tournament. "My back is not in the 100 percent conditions and I have to be careful with my decisions. I need time to recover and be strong again"
PHOTOS - 2019 INDIAN WELLS Team Tomas Berdych - Tomas Berdych's coach Martin Stepanek, new fitness trainer Marek Vseticek and wife Ester Berdych Satorova watch him play against Feliciano Lopez in the men's singles first round match on day five of the BNP Paribas Open in Stadium 2 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on Friday, March 8, 2019 in Indian Wells, California.
PHOTOS - 2019 INDIAN WELLS R1 - Enjoy 60 TV Captures - Tomas Berdych plays Feliciano Lopez in the 1st round of the BNP Paribas Open in Stadium 2 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden on Friday, March 8, 2019 in Indian Wells, California.
PHOTOS (12) 2019 INDIAN WELLS R1 l. to Feliciano Lopez - Friday, March 8, 2019 In a tightly-contested battle of grizzled ATP Tour veterans, Feliciano Lopez (37) took on Tomas Berdych (33) in opening round action. With almost 40 years of combined tour experience and 14 previous matchups under their belt, the pair reacquainted during a picture-perfect day in Tennis Paradise. In a seesaw affair in which neither player could jump out in front, the Spaniard edged Berdych in consecutive tiebreaks for a 7-6(3), 7-6(2) victory.
PHOTOS - 2019 DUBAI Round 2 - Tomas Berdych in action during his second-round match against Croatian Borna Coric, Center Court at the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Coric needed two hours and 13 minutes to get past 2013-14 finalist Tomas Berdych 1-6, 6-1, 7-6(4).
PHOTOS - 2019 DUBAI Round 1 - Tomas Berdych PLAYER BOX --- Coach Martin Stepanek, wife Ester Berdych Satorova, his parents, father Martin and mother Hana are watching Tomas Berdych in action during his first-round match against Belarusian lucky loser Ilya Ivaskha, Court No. 1 at the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday, February 26, 2019.
PHOTOS - 2019 DUBAI Round 1 - Enjoy 60 TV captures - Tomas Berdych in action during his first-round match against Belarusian lucky loser Ilya Ivaskha, Court No. 1 at the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Tuesday, February 26, 2019. Berdych won 6-4, 4-6, 7-6(4) in two and a half hours.
PHOTO - 2019 MONACO Ester and Tomas BERDYCH - February 2019 ... Tomas Berdych and wife Ester at home in Monaco (Monte-Carlo). Ester and Tomas Berdych are the main faces of the Czech fashion brand Pietro Filipi campaign for the 2019 Spring/Summer collection. Photographer Branislav Simoncik. Hair stylist Martin Tyl. Tomas Berdych: 'It was nice that Ester as a model is my wife, I would not have been so natural and relaxed with a foreign model. That's how we behaved naturally and we did not have to play any role'.
PHOTOS - 2019 PRAGUE Boutique PIETRO FILIPI Prague | 21 February, 2019 - Tomas Berdych and wife Ester appeared together in the last campaign for the Czech clothing brand PIETRO FILIPI. The new campaign for the Spring / Summer 2019 collection was revealed in the Pietro Filipi boutique at Narodni Trida in Prague, Czech Republic.
PHOTOS - 2019 TOMAS BERDYCH and ESTER SATOROVA Models for PIETRO FILIPI - Pietro Filipi. Made in Czechoslovakia --- The Czech brand Pietro Filipi has been a part of the fashion world for 25 years. Women's and men's collections are designed and created by a team of leading Czech and foreign fashion designers and specialists who guarantee the product´s design and quality workmanship. Clothing and accessories are produced only in limited quantities from 30 to 400 pieces, mainly in the Czech Republic and Slovakia ---- 20 February 2019 Tomas Berdych and wife Ester Satorova are the main faces of the Czech fashion brand Pietro Filipi campaign for the 2019 Spring/Summer collection. Photo shooting by Branislav Simoncik in Monaco where the Berdychs live.
PHOTOS - 2019 PIETRO FILIPI Campaign (Making-Of) Monaco (Monte-Carlo) 20 February 2019 - Ester and Tomas Berdych are the main faces of the Czech fashion brand Pietro Filipi campaign for the 2019 Spring/Summer collection. Photographer Branislav Simoncik. Hair stylist Martin Tyl.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONACO Pietro Filipi campaign - Ester and Tomas Berdych are the main faces of the Czech fashion brand PIETRO FILIPI campaign for the 2019 Spring/Summer collection. They participate in a multimedia marketing campaign, a video clip filmed in Monaco where the Berdychs live and spend time together. Storytelling: It tells the romantic story of love at a glance - from the fateful encounter, through the initial shy gazes, the seduction and the first night together, to moments full of confidence, proximity and intimacy in a long-term happy relationship. Tomas Berdych: ''It was nice that Ester as a model is my wife, I would not have been so natural and relaxed with a foreign model. That's how we behaved naturally and we did not have to play any role''
PHOTOS - 2019 ROME - BULGARI 20th Anniversary - Tomas Berdych and wife Ester Satorova attend the Bvlgari - B.ZERO1 XX Anniversary Global Launch Event at the Auditorium Parco Della Musica on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 in Rome, Italy. During the event, Bvlgari unveiled the new B.zero1 XX Anniversary campaign, shot by legendary fashion photographer, Mario Sorrenti. BVLGARI is famous for its glamorous gemstone jewellery, luxury watches, perfumes and leather goods - A brief history of Bulgari: Bulgari -- or BVLGARI -- was founded by Constantine Sotirios Boulgaris (1859-1932), which was Italianised to Sotirio Bulgari. He began his career as a jeweller at Epirus in Greece before leaving for Corfu in 1877. He moved on to Naples and finally, in 1881, to Rome. Three years later, he opened a shop in Via Sistini, which was replaced by the current flagship store in Via dei Condotti in 1905. The Bulgari signature is often spelt BVLGARI -- with a V rather than a U, which is a reference to the classical Italian alphabet.
PHOTOS - 2019 ROTTERDAM Round 2 - Tomas Berdych in action in his second round match on Centre Court against Denis Shapovalov of Canada during the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament at the Ahoy Rotterdam on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 in Rotterdam Netherlands. Shapovalov won 6-4, 6-3.
PHOTOS - 2019 ROTTERDAM R1 Berdych def. Simon - Tomas Berdych missed the second half of 2018 with back injury, but bounced into Doha to reach the final, beat two top-20 men at the Australian Open, and made the semis in Montpellier this week. And that after dropping to his lowest ranking since August 2004 at the start of the season. --- First Round 2019 ROTTERDAM Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Court 1 Wild card and former champion Tomas Berdych continued his comeback from injury as he met French qualifier Gilles Simon in the first round of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament. Berdych, the 2014 titlist, defeated Gilles Simon 7-6(8), 6-4 to improve to 22-8 in Rotterdam.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONTPELLIER SF Berdych l. to P-H Herbert - French seventh seed Pierre-Hugues Herbert downed Czech Tomas Berdych 6-2 7-5 to set up an all-French final with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier on Saturday. Herbert breezed through the opening set but Berdych offered more resistance in the second, only for the former world number four to crack at a key moment. A Berdych double fault at 5-5 in the second set earned Herbert a break and the Frenchman then served it out to claim his first win against the Czech.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONTPELLIER QF Berdych d. Krajinovic - Tomas Berdych saved two match points on Friday to keep alive his chances of winning the Open Sud de France for the second time. The 2012 champion scraped past Filip Krajinovic of Serbia 7-6(3), 6-7(5), 7-5 in two hours and 42 minutes for a place in the semi-finals. Berdych looked on course for his 10th match win of the year when he led Krajinovic by a set and a break, at 4-3 in the second set. But Krajinovic surged back and broke in the first game of the decider en route to a 5-3 advantage. At 4-5, Berdych saved two match points from 15/40 and went onto win 14 of the next 18 points to complete victory. The 33-year-old Czech fell to No. 79 in ATP Rankings on 28 January, his lowest position since No. 79 on 16 August 2004, after missing more than six months due to injury.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONTPELLIER R2 Berdych d. Paire - After missing the second part of 2018 with a back injury, 2012 Montpellier champion Tomas Berdych is on the winning course again, scoring his ninth win of the season after demolishing Benoit Paire 6-2, 6-0 in 58 minutes! This was their fourth match and the fourth win for the Czech who saved both break points he faced, keeping the pressure on the other side of the net and taking almost 60% of the return points to break Paire five times from ten opportunities. The match was about 11 minutes old and that was all we saw from Paire who lost serve at 15 in game four after a weak volley. Serving at 2-5, Benoit hit a nonchalant drop shot that never reached the net, suffering another break and handing the set to his opponent. Tomas broke at the start of the second set thanks to a rushed volley from Benoit and he never looked back, winning the remaining five games as well to rattle off eight in a row and move over the top when Paire smashed a forehand into the net in game six.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONTPELLIER R1 Berdych d. Bachinger - Berd is the Word: Former World No. 4 Tomas Berdych is the only previous champion in the field other than Pouille. The Czech missed the second half of last year due to a back injury and has fallen to World No. 79, his lowest ranking in 15 years. But he has compiled an excellent 7-2 record in 2019, making the Doha final, as well as an 11th second-week showing at the Australian Open. RESULT 5 February 2019 | Montpellier - Former champion Tomas Berdych made a winning return to the Open Sud de France on Tuesday with a 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 victory over German qualifier Matthias Bachinger. Berdych, who won the hardcourt title in 2012, saved seven of the 11 break points he faced to win in 2 hours, 12 minutes. The Czech player will next face eighth-seeded Benoit Paire, who defeated Evgeny Donskoy of Russia 7-5, 6-3. Berdych has won all three previous meetings against the French player.
PHOTOS - 2019 MONTPELLIER Berdych Man in Black - Tomas Berdych in action during a practice session ahead of the 2019 Open Sud de France Tournament in Montpellier, France. Tomas Berdych wears HYDROGEN outfit.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Best of HYDROGEN - 2019 is beginning well for Tomas Berdych, with a new clothing sponsor -- he recently switched from adidas to Italian luxury sportswear brand Hydrogen -- and a return to his best form. Coming back from a 6-month injury hiatus, the 2010 Wimbledon finalist reached the Doha final and the fourth round in Melbourne.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R1-2-3-4 ESTER SATOROVA - Tennis ace Tomas Berdych's STUNNING wife spotted in the stands as she cheers on beau --- His beautiful wife Ester Satorova was spotted cheering on her husband in the stands at the first tennis grand slam of the year. Satorova's stunning modelling pics have featured in glossy fashion magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle and Marie Claire. The couple live in Monte Carlo and her engagement ring is estimated to be worth around £225,000. Satorova is signed to three modelling agencies in Italy, Spain and Malaysia and has an army of 67,000 fans on Instagram.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R4 BERDYCH lost to NADAL - MELBOURNE | Sunday, January 20, 2019 - AUSTRALIAN OPEN Round 4 --- It is the 11th time that Tomas Berdych has reached the round of 16 at the first Grand Slam of the year, and the two-time Australian Open finalist will face Rafael Nadal in the first match of the night session at the Rod Laver Arena. Berdych is not seeded at a Grand Slam for the first time since Wimbledon 2005.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R3 BERDYCH d. SCHWARTZMAN - MELBOURNE | 18 January 2019 - Czech veteran Tomas Berdych rallied to reach the Australian Open fourth round on Friday with a battling 5-7, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 win over Argentine 18th seed Diego Schwartzman. Berdych, who reached the semi-finals in Melbourne in 2014 and 2015 but is unseeded this year after injury, will pay either Spanish star Rafael Nadal in the next round.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R2 (1-50) BERDYCH d. HAASE - Enjoy 50 TV Captures - Tomas Berdych during day three match of the 2019 Australian Open on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 Court No. 8 at Melbourne Park Tennis Centre Melbourne, Australia. Tomas Berdych beat Robin Haase 6-1 6-3 6-3.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R2 (51-110) BERDYCH d. HAASE - Enjoy 60 TV Captures - Tomas Berdych needed just 20 minutes to take the first set as the Czech went on to eventually crush Robin Haase 6-1 6-3 6-3. Berdych continued his fine form on his return to the competition following a back injury, and the former world number four dispatched the Dutchman with minimum fuss. The former world number 4 has made a resurgent start to 2019 and he produced another flawless display on Court 8. The Czech is yet to have his serve broken in his first two matches this week, and he will face Diego Schwartzman after the Argentine defeated Denis Kudla in five sets.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R1 ESTER BERDYCH SATOROVA - Tomas Berdych's wife, Ester Satorova seen during his match against Kyle Edmund of Great Britain during day one of the 2019 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on Monday, January 14, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. --- Tomas Berdych's beautiful wife Ester Satorova was spotted cheering on her husband in the stands at the first tennis grand slam of the year. The 33-year-old professional tennis star won his first match of the Australian Open today. Tomas, of the Czech Republic, faced Kyle Edmund of Britain in round one of the men's singles at the annual tournament which takes place in Melbourne. The stunning 26-year-old, who married the tennis ace four years ago, stood out from the crowd in a red dress. Wearing her long hair loose around her shoulders, the 5ft 9in Czech beauty added a pair of trendy sunglasses to her summery look. Silver hooped-earrings and a simple necklace were teamed with a collection of colourful bracelets on her wrist which completed her outfit.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN R1 - Tomas Berdych, Round 1, Day 1, Melbourne Arena, 14 January 2019 --- Tomas Berdych spoke on-court after his 6-3, 6-0, 7-5 defeat of Kyle Edmund --- "It's been a very long six months that I was out," said Berdych, who briefly contemplated retirement while recovering from a back injury that ruled him out of Wimbledon and the US Open in 2018. "I was feeling really good on court. I like this Melbourne heat; it's been so many years that I've loved coming back." "The draw for the first round was very difficult" "I was not seeded and playing Kyle for the first match is not easy. I'm very pleased with the way I played, and it's a good sign for me for the rest of the tournament." "I'm just trying to enjoy every single moment on court, and today was another good day," Berdych added. "Right now, I think my body is paying me off I gave him a break, and now the body's going to hold for... let's see how long."
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN Round 1 BERDYCH d. KYLE EDMUND - Monday, January 14, 2019 - Competing at his 16th Australian Open, a former semi-finalist Tomas Berdych has made another big step on his comeback trail (missed the second part of 2018 with a back injury), defeating the last year's semi-finalist Kyle Edmund 6-3, 6- 0, 7-5 in an hour and 42 minutes for his 45th win Melbourne! Kyle was nowhere near the form from 12 months ago, struggling with a knee injury that forced him to skip Sydney and staying competitive only in the third set against the Czech who did everything right on the court. Tomas blasted 12 aces and he faced one break point in the entire match, at 4-5 in the 10th game of the third set that could have prolonged Kyle's chances in this match if he had managed to convert it. Besides that, Tomas had the upper hand all the time, creating seven break chances and stealing the rival's serve on five occasions to close the match in style, hitting 37 winners and just 14 unforced errors.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - ESTER Berdych DIOR 'Book Tote' bag - Melbourne Airport | 7 January 2019 --- She wears it well: Ester Berdych Satorova wears the embroidered Dior 'Book Tote' bag. Luxury bag, inspired by traditional Mexican craftsmanship, the colorful Dior 'Book Tote' bag requires more than thirty-two hours of work and over one million two hundred thousand stitches. Over fifteen shades of green, orange, red, fuchsia, violet and blue are combined to create an alluring pattern that embodies Dior's true craftsmanship and design.
PHOTOS - 2019 AUSTRALIAN OPEN - MELBOURNE Arrival at the Airport - Melbourne (Australia) - Monday, January 7, 2019 --- Berdych: Australian Open is one of my favorite Slams, I always did well --- This year's Australian Open will definitely be a very important tournament for Tomas Berdych as the Czech needs to defend the 360 points he earned last year. Berdych lost to Roger Federer in the quarter-finals. Berdych started his season on a high note, by reaching the final of the Qatar Open in Doha (lost to Roberto Bautista Agut). In press conference, the former world no. 4 said: 'It's definitely a great start for me. As I said, six months has been a long time and winning four matches in a row, that's great for the confidence, that's exactly what I've needed.
PHOTOS - 2019 TOMAS BERDYCH Hard Work - January 2019 Tomas Berdych returned to competitive tennis after six months, and after overcoming a series of physical problems and injuries that partly limited the last two years of his career. But the Czech, at the first official appointment of the year, seems to have found a great athletic and psychological condition. He reached an ATP final after almost two years, in Doha, Qatar beating opponents such as Philipp Kohlschreiber, Fernando Verdasco, Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Marco Cecchinato, Roberto Bautista-Agut. It was a great return on the stage of tennis as Berdych, one the most consistent players of the last ten years returned with renewed motivation and rejuvenated athleticism. We must not forget that, on fast surfaces, he has always performed well in the Majors in the last three years.
PHOTOS - 2019 DOHA, Qatar - Tomas Berdych grabs Doha wild card to kick off 2019 season --- Berdych did not compete after the Fever-Tree Championships in June due to a back injury. And while the Czech -who had finished 12 consecutive seasons (2006-17) inside the Top 20 of the year-end ATP Rankings- will be disappointed to have fallen as low as World No. 71, there’s no reason to believe the former World No. 4 will not be able to bounce back. Berdych began 2018 on a high note, reaching the quarter-finals at the Australian Open, losing to eventual champion Federer. But in that event, Berdych defeated Juan Martin del Potro and Fabio Fognini, two of the season’s biggest standouts. Del Potro won his maiden ATP Tour Masters 1000 title less than two months later in Indian Wells, and Fognini would capture three titles. Berdych is scheduled to return to action in Doha, where he reached the final in 2015 and the semi-finals in 2016-17. The Czech star is also entered in the Australian Open.