Kvitova and the ninth defeat Šafářová, Strýcová beat Karolina Plíšková

Petra Kvitova, the tennis player, also dominated the ninth duel with Lucius Safarova and after the 6: 3, 6: 2 win she went to the Birmingham tournament in the 2nd round. In another Czech contest, she did not confirm the role of a paper favorite Karolína Plíšková, last year’s finalist of the tournament and a fresh winner from Nottingham succumbed to Barbora Strycova 4: 6 and 6: 7. The world’s thirties ended the big battle of the teammates in the second set, which was played for almost an hour and a half when it transformed the eighth sword.

The fifth set Kvitova did not give her three-year-old colleague from the fedcup team a chance. The only brejkbol has made the Safar in the last game after having turned away the first mechboln in his service.Kvitova did not accept the loss of service and finished the game for the fourth attempt.

“It was my first match on the grass I wished to return to, I felt great, Lucie was a dangerous opponent, but I played solidly , “Said a double Wimbledon winner after a court match.

Another opponent of Kvitova will be Jelena Ostapenková. The Latvian tennis player, ranked 38th in the WTA rankings, was the only one on the hard surface in Doha this year.

Uncle returned Plíšková last year’s defeat from Dubai, where they competed for the first time. In the opening set, she picked up twice in the 17th world rankings and led 5: 0.Then Plíšková paid her the same coin, but then she did not get a picket for her own service.

The second set was much more dramatic. Right now, the Czech tennis players picked up their hand, but they kept it in the next round. In the marathon tenth game, Strýcová had five options to finish the match, but Plíšková all turned it off and settled to 5: 5.

In a balanced tie-break, none of the players did not score two points to the 8: 7, when Uncle transformed the eighth mechbon in her submission. In the second round, Heather Watson is home to a 2-1 draw.

Kvitova (5-Czech Republic) – Safarova (Czech Republic) 6: 3, 6: 2
Pironkovova – Curenková (UK) 6: 4, 6: 2.