Deprived of match and practice time, Kvitova could be vulnerable at Wimbledon.
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Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova hopes her return to the All England Club will prove the perfect tonic as she battles to recover from illness.Deprived of valuable match and practice time on grass, Kvitova, who hasn't played since her French Open fourth round exit on June 1, knows she could be vulnerable to a shock defeat in the early stages at Wimbledon.In contrast, Kvitova has never gone beyond the semifinals at any of the other three Grand Slams – so it is little surprise that she has embraced being back at Wimbledon 12 months after her ruthless rout of Eugenie Bouchard in the final.The biggest threat to Kvitova's bid for a third Wimbledon crown will come from world No. 1 Serena Williams, who is seeded to meet her in the final.The five-time Wimbledon winner is chasing a calendar Grand Slam, but Kvitova defeated Serena in Madrid this year and doesn't fear the American.
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