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‘Hate You’: Jessica and Nelly Korda React to Their Brother and ATP Star Sebastian Korda’s Golf Swing

Published 05/30/2022, 8:00 PM EDT

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The Korda sisters have been emerging through the ranks on the LPGA tour. Both Jessica and Nelly have a well-established reputation as strong contenders in each tournament they play. And while the sisters are busy in earning a name for themselves in the world of golf, their brother Sebastian, who is a rising tennis star himself, is making waves on the internet with his golf swing.

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The Korda sisters took to Instagram to appreciate the golf swing of their brother, who, going by his swing, seemed quite professional. Jessica re-shared his post on her Instagram story with the caption, “When your brother has naturally beautiful lines in a golf swing.”

Nelly also shared the post on her Instagram story with the caption reading, “How are your lines so nice?” She ended with a sarcastic message saying, “Hate you.”

Sebastian, who has tennis to credit for his beautiful swing game, didn’t seem too bothered swinging a club. His lines seemed quite straight and beautiful, thus justifying the admiration of his sisters.

Who are the Korda siblings?

The Korda’s come from a strong sports family background. Their parents are well-renowned tennis stars. Their father, Petr Korda, won the 1998 Australian Open while their mother Regina Rajchrtová competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics.

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The eldest of the three, Jessica Korda, has added six tournament titles to her name so far. She came close to winning her maiden Major in 2022 at the Chevron Championship, but only lost by two shots to Jennifer Kupcho.

Nelly Korda, the second in the line, caught everybody’s attention after winning the gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
She went on to win her first Major the following year by winning the Women’s PGA Championship.

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As for the youngest, Sebastian Korda, he decided to follow in the footsteps of their parents and become a professional tennis player.


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Only 21, Sebastian has already gathered immense praise with his promising display on the ATP tour. He has already competed in all the Grand Slams with the latest one being the 2022 French Open. However, he lost to the World No. 5 Carlos Alcaraz in the third round of the competition.

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Written by:

Abdul Bari Khan


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Abdul Bari is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. Having completed his Bachelor’s in Business Administration, Abdul is currently pursuing his Master’s in the same. With great affection for the world of sports, this avid golf lover turned to the course at a young age.
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Melroy Fernandes