Tomas Berdych's Girlfriend: Pictures of Lovely Lady Ester Satorova

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJanuary 18, 2013

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 05:  Ester Satorova the girlfriend of Tomas Berdych of Czech Republic watches his men's singles quarterfinal match against Roger Federer of Switzerland on Day Ten of the 2012 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 5, 2012 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)
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The sights and sounds of the 2013 Australian Open continue to captivate the world, and Tomas Berdych's girlfriend Ester Satorova did her part on Friday to keep up the more intriguing aspects of the event. 

At some point during ESPN2's coverage of the tennis action from Melbourne, the cameras—as they have been known to do—caught sight of the lovely Satorova. 

Here she is courtesy of a tweet from World of Isaac.

Hot tennis WAG alert: Tomas Berdych's girlfriend, Ester Satorova on ESPN2.…

— World of Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) January 18, 2013

Satorova is ready to continue cheering her longtime boyfriend on as he moves on from the third round after taking care of Jurgen Melzer  6-3, 6-2, 6-2. 

Berdych once dated fellow tennis player Lucie Safarova, for a term of nearly 10 years as once reported by Sports Illustrated

The 27-year-old from the Czech Republic moved on a little over a year ago, into the arms of this Czech model. 

Her biggest moment of fame was back at the 2012 U.S. Open when her boyfriend accomplished no less than taking down the great Roger Federer

The tennis star managed to give us a tad bit more information on his past relationship in an interview at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters

I don't want to embarrass you with a private question, but how different is it to have a girlfriend who was a tennis player compared to a girlfriend who is not a tennis player in terms of practicing or organizing your life?  Do you see a difference or not?
TOMAS BERDYCH: Actually, yes, I see big difference. I mean, in the past I was saying that it's probably the best thing just that we are both from the same thing. I didn't have any other experience. 
But now I can say that this one is way better because, you know, I think it was too much tennis. If you do it like myself, and I'm dealing with everyday work that you have to play, practice, organize this stuff, then winning, losing, handle this situation, it's quite tough to have it from one side. If you have to deal with the same thing from the other side, it was quite too much. 
So I'm really enjoying that, that it's different, that I met somebody with a different life. It's a nice experience. 

Ah, so she alleviates a great deal of that tennis worry. 

Berdych continues to play on in Melbourne, and his lovely girlfriend will be there supporting him every step of the way. 

Now fans can have equal interest in the stands during Berdych's upcoming clashes. 


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