It shares them for ten years, but they are very similar to the court. Kateřina Siniaková and Barbora Strycova pay for big warriors who do not go far enough for some stupid words, but they can fight for heroic performances. Now, in the absence of injured Karolina Plíšková and sick Petry Kvitova, Fed Cup Captain Petr Pala will rely on them in the final against the Americans.
The match on Saturday at 14 o'clock will be played by Czech team Barbora Strycova against only nineteen Sofia Kenin. Then the O2 arena Katerina Siniaková will be sold to the court against the most experienced of Alison Riske Americans.
"Katka and Bara are good players, the training is good, I'm happy and we both think we do not have to win all saturdays, but we need three points in two days and I'm sure we'll do the three points," he said. Pala.
Uncle awaits the Kenin premiere. Currently, the 52nd world player has not yet reached the circuit. "I know nothing about it, but I will ask Petra Kvitova, who has already played against her, and the coaches also give me some advice," said Czechoslovakian.
Plzeňská rodačka also plays the last fatball weekend, on Thursday announcing the end of the show career. "It will be special to me, but the feelings will fall out of me and I'll try to defeat Sofia," she added.
Siniaks became leader of the team, a role she already tried in the spring against the Americans in the Fed Cup.
"She had a great end to the season, two grandslams titles in doubles, and I'm so glad she ended up in the rankings so high," she said, "playing the Fed Cup in America can help her a lot.
And Sinai believes himself. "I'm fine, I'm well prepared and will be good when I play all games," she said.
Against Riske, there is a positive balance. She won two of the three matches. "It will be important how I play. When I manage to play my game, I beat Riske," says Siniak.
Sparrow for the weekend is counted on the possibility that Kvitova would even start at least on Sunday if she feels better after the flu.
"Chance to play is there, but I'm not good at the percentage, so I can not guess how likely it is. We'll see how I'm going tomorrow, but it's better than the beginning of the week," said Kvitova.