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Slovakia’s women tennis players beaten 2:3 by the Czech Republic

Slovakia's women tennis players lost 2:3 to the Czech Republic after all five matches of the World Group’s first round were played in Bratislava over the weekend, the TASR newswire reported.

Slovakia's women tennis players lost 2:3 to the Czech Republic after all five matches of the World Group’s first round were played in Bratislava over the weekend, the TASR newswire reported.

Results of Saturday's matches (singles): Daniela Hantuchová (SK) - Lucie Šafářová (CZ) 5:7, 1:6; Dominika Cibulková (SK) - Petra Kvitová (CZ) 2:6, 3:6

Results of Sunday's matches (singles): Daniela Hantuchová (SK) - Petra Kvitová (CZ) 4:6, 2:6, Jana Čepelová (SK) - Lucie Šafářová (CZ) 4:6, 7:6 (5) (scratched);

Result of Sunday's doubles match: Jana Čepelová, Magdaléna Rybáriková (SK) - Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová, Květa Peschkeová (CZ) 6:1, 4:6, 7:6 (4)

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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