She is 13 years old. Yes, you heard it right, and it’s not an aberration. Without a doubt, Brenda Fruhvirtova is the new tennis prodigy. The Czech rising star has been training at the Mouratoglou Academy for over three years now, and it was enough time to shine on the big stages. In February, she won the world-famous U14 junior tournament, Les Petits As, one year after her sister Linda. Last week, she proved she wasn’t “just” a junior player, by upsetting WTA’s No. 54 Katerina Siniakova in the Czech league. She is focused, she is hardworking and she is a ferocious competitor. Brenda doesn’t model her game on anyone, she plays her own way. She only has one goal in sight: become the world’s best tennis player. The fans are bound to fall under the charm, talent, and ambition of tennis’ new name to remember: Brenda Fruhvirtova.Watch live
She can hit it. Brenda always knows she can count on her forehand to match the world’s best tennis players’ power and consistency.
She is young and full of energy, and it shows on how she moves on the court. Her footwork is top-notch and allows her to compete at the highest level.
At 13 years old, Brenda’s backhand is textbook perfect. She shows no sign of weakness.