Tomas Berdych’s girlfriend is model Ester Satorova. He’s doing well.

Tomas Berdych girlfriend Ester Satorova

Tomas Berdych is carving out a nice career on the tennis courts, and he’s doing pretty well off of it, too.

The 27-year-old is ranked No. 6 in the world in men’s singles. His girlfriend, Ester Satorova, might be even higher in the model rankings.

Berdych and Satorova are both from the Czech Republic and have been dating since at least late 2011. Satorova received some attention last year during the US Open, but it wasn’t until I saw Berdych playing in the BNL d’Italia that I learned of Satorova, who was watching him play (seen above). Satorova also watched her boyfriend play at the Madrid Open last week.

Let’s do the rundown on both of them.

Berdych has won eight singles titles in his career, though he has not won a grand slam. His best finish at a grand slam was when he was a runner up at Wimbledon in 2010. He has reached the semis at the French and US Open, and he has made the quarters of the Australian three years in a row. Prior to dating Satorova, he was in a long-term relationship with tennis player Lucie Safarova (don’t be confused by the similar name).

According to her modeling profile, Satorova is 5-foot-9, was born in 1992, and her measurements are 33-23-35. She is repped by agencies in three different countries including Spain, Italy and Malaysia. She has appeared on the cover of at least two different magazines.

Satorova has accompanied Berdych to many tennis functions over the past few years and frequently travels to watch him play. Below are many more pictures of them over the past year and a half.

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Tomas Berdych Hit by Nicolas Almagro Shot, Refuses to Shake Hands (Video)

Tomas Berdych won his fourth-round match against Nicolas Almagro in four sets at the Australian Open Sunday, but he lost the fans doing it. Late in the fourth set, Almagro charged the net to retrieve a drop volley from Berdych. With very few options because he was on the run, Almagro tried to whip a ball cross court. It ended up hitting Berdych in the arm. Almagro put his hand up to indicate he was sorry, and he tried to tell Berdych the shot was unintentional. Berdych wanted no part of the apology.

Almagro won the next game but Berdych won the tiebreak to take the match. The victorious Czech shook hands with the chair umpire but refused to shake Almagro’s hand. The crowd, which cheered him after the win, quickly changed to boos.

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