This divided them for ten years, but they were very similar in court. Kateřina Siniaková and Barbora Strycova pay great fighters who don't go far enough for stupid words, but they can fight for heroic performances. Now, without the injury and illness of Karolina Plíšková Petry Kvitova, Fed Cup Captain Petr Pala will depend on them in the final against America.
Saturday's 14:00 match will be played by Czech Barbora Strycova's team against nineteen-year-old Sofia Kenin. After that, O2 arena Katerina Siniaková will be sold to court against the most experienced of Alison Riske to America.
"Katka and Bara are good players, the training is good, I'm happy and we both believe we don't have to win all Saturday, but we need three points in two days and I'm sure we will do three points," Pala said.
Uncle Waiting during Kenin's premiere. At present, the 52nd world player has not met on the circuit. "I don't know anything about it, but I will ask Petra Kvitova, who has played against her, and the coach also gave me some suggestions," Czechoslovakia said.
Plzeňská rodačka also played the last fedcup weekend, on Thursday announcing the end of the show's career. "It will be special for me, but emotions will fall from me and I will try to beat Sofia," he added.
Siniaks became the team leader, the role he had tried in the spring against America in the Fed Cup.
"He has a very good end to the season, two grand grand titles in doubles, and I am very happy he is ranked very high," he said, "playing the Fed Cup in America can really help him.
And Sinai believes herself. "I feel amazing, I'm ready and it will be fine when I play all matches," he said.
Against Riske has a positive balance. He won two of three matches. "This will be important how I play. When I managed to play my game, I beat Riske," Believe it.
Sparrow for the weekend is calculated by the option that Kvitova will start at least on Sundays if she feels better after the flu.
"The chance to play is there, but I am not good in percentage, so I cannot guess how likely it is. We will see how I will go tomorrow, but it is better than earlier this week," Kvitova said.