Aussie Open quarter-finalist’s stunning WAG is daughter of Juventus icon Nedved

Australian Open quarter-finalist Sebastian Korda has a stunning WAG in his corner who's the daughter of Juventus legend Pavel Nedved.

Korda surged into the last eight of the Aussie spectacle after disposing of Hubert Harkacz with a thrilling 3-6 6-3 6-2 1-6 7-6 (10-7) victory. And the American ace was supported by partner Ivana who was in the crowd for the clash.

But Ivana's no stranger to major sporting events as her father is Pavel, who made his name while playing for Juve and Lazio in the early 2000s. Blonde stunner Ivana, 25, will have fond memories of her father bringing home the three Serie A winners' medals, and four Italian Super Cup medals he scooped during his time in the league.

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The retired winger also clinched the elusive Ballon d'Or award in 2003 before moving upstairs to join Juve's board in 2010. And now his daughter is aiming to help her boyfriend Korda to win as many accolades as her father did, albeit in the tennis world.

She was present when Korda scooped the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open title, and the blonde will be there to witness him lift the Aussie Open if he pulls off the incredible feat, before jetting back to her residence in Turin. The 22-year-old star showed he's capable of reaching great heights when he pushed Novak Djokovic to the edge in the Adelaide final although the Serb narrowly defeated him to win the prelude tournament to the current spectacle.

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But first, Korda will have to get past Karen Khachanov in the quarter-finals to have a chance of lifting the coveted Aussie Open title, like his father Petr did in 1998 whilst representing Czechoslovakia, the country that the Nedveds also hail from. While Ivana's away supporting Korda, her dad Pavel is dealing with the fallout of Juve's points deduction scandal.

The Serie A giants tumbled from third in the league to 10th when they were slapped with a 15-points deduction following an investigation into the club's transfer dealings and alleged use of falsified capital gains. Although Nedved resigned from the Old Lady's board last November along with every other member after the team recorded losses of £220million in 2021-22, he was still in position at the time the alleged contraventions were committed between 2018 and 2020.


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