Czech Republic-Great Britain 3-2
Site: Tennis Club I.CLTK, Prague
Surface: Red earth, exterior
Marquette Vondrosova (CZE) v Harriet Dart (GBR) 61 60
Emma Radukanu (GBR) b Theresa Martinkova (CZE) 75 75
Marquette Vondrosova (CZE) b Emma Radukanu (GBR) 61 61
Harriet Dart (GBR) b Linda Fruhvirtova (CZE) 60 57 62
Marquette Vondrosova / Carolina Muchova (CZE) b Harriet Dart / Katie Swann (GBR) 61 75
It does not disappoint the most uncertain challenge and expectations of the project. On the second day, Emma Radukanu was also blocked by a blister, after defeating Theresa Martinkova in her first professional match on clay on Friday, Roland Karros lost to 2019 finalist Margotta Vondrosova 61 61. The new Top 100 Harriet Dart extended the challenge to the decisive doubles by defeating the sixteen-year-old L.I.Inda Fruhvirtova 60 57 62.
Double Brock fan party triggers. The Czech Republic, the second most successful country on the event’s honor list, is aiming for its twelfth title at the Billy Jean King Cup, the seventh time since 2011. All of these were won during the administration of Captain Peter Bala, and were very successful. Always at the event.
Great Britain, having lost their best five matches so far, are starting to change guard: neither Heather Watson nor Johanna Konta have really left tennis. This is the first time the two have not been on the pitch since 2010.
R. Czech: Marketta Vondrosova, Katarina Siniakova, Theresa Martinkova, Carolina Muchova. Captain: Peter Bala
UK: Emma Radukanu, Harriet Dart, Katie Swann, Sonoy Curdle. Captain: Anne Kyotawang