On the morning after Petra Kvitova won Wimbledon in imperious fashion this summer, for the second time in her career, she cleaned the whole house she had rented for the tournament. The 24-year-old Czech swept and dusted and vacuumed and then, before checking that her suitcases were packed and ready for her departure after the Wimbledon Ball, Kvitova wheeled out all the dustbins so they were in place for collection the following week.
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