At first, Horanský played his knees deftly and shortly afterwards he flew his opponent’s backhand behind the base line, breakball.
Slovák’s second forehand is the winning ball for the left line.
Rosol ends the exchange full of stumps with a backhand into the net from the left.
Direct point to the center of the court.
Rosol ran two strokes for a winning forehand call to the right.
The serve on the dot worked for the Slovak, and shortly afterwards the Czech capitulated with a forced forehand error behind the baseline, a confirmed break.
Rosol went around the service, but risked a forehand return.
Again, a straight point from the right to the cross.
For the second time, Rosol forehand took care of a forced mistake in the left doubles corridor.
Direct point from the second serving on the dot.
The end of the break will be served by Filip Horanský.
break and exchange of parties.
With the backhand variant – the shorts, the Slovak attracted the Czechs and then shifted the backhand to the left line, the world’s first break.
Winning forehand return out of court, breakball.
Rosol chose a strike with a cross, then threw a backhand into the left corridor for the doubles.
Rosola held the feed out of the court and then the winning forehand came to the left line in a counter-movement.
He averts him to the side line.
In a shorter exchange from the basic lines, Rosol misses the backhand into the net, the first breakball of the duel.
The Slovak prepared a winning short with a cross backhand.
Rosol created the game until he fired the winning cross backhand from the left.
Rosol hit the serve out of the court and the winning forehand to the left line.
Rosol attacked the backhand, after which he sent the lead volley through the right hand to the left doubles section.
Rosol throws a backhand return cross into the right corridor for the doubles, a clean game on the other side.
Horanský left the court free in a running forehand and suddenly Rosol was a better player, the Slovak defended himself and with a backhand on the left line he forced a mistake behind the basic line.
Straight point out of the yard.
The jelly returns from the backhand to the tape.
Rosol had more of the game and closed the first match with a winning backhand on the left line.
During his third shot in the exchange, the Slovak played a backhand into the net from the left.
Rosol played a cross forehand and pulled the winning short out of the backhand.
The more active Rosol ends with a winning cross forehand from the right side.
The match has just begun.
The players are already on the court and are passing the game. Rosol will start serving.
Filip Horanský is the current Slovak men’s four. In the ATP rankings, it occupies the 187th place. He ended last season with a passive balance. He won nine of 19 matches this year. Today is the second clay match for him this calendar year. He lost in the last three duels. In Biel, Switzerland, he gave Rodion the canary in the first set, but fell twice 4: 6 during the rest of the duel. In Lugano, her elite debist Herbert eliminated her 7: 6, 6: 4. A week ago, he caught a debacle from Italian Vavassori (233rd) 3: 6, 0: 6.
Czech veteran Lukáš Rosol is currently the 261st tennis player on the planet. He presented himself in this year’s duel at 27, and left the winner sixteen times. Rosol scored one final for a futures event. He reached the quarterfinals twice on challengers. Exactly a week ago, he succumbed to the Ukrainian Ovčarenko (672nd). In the Italian Barletta, he lost in the first round after a result of 5: 7, 6: 2, 3: 6.
Both tennis players have fought five times so far. Rosol won in three cases. Last time in qualifying a challenger in Istanbul, however, he played on a hard surface. The remaining four duels took place on clay.
Have a nice day, welcome to the text report from the match of the first round of the clay challenger at Prague’s Štvanice, in which Lukáš Rosol and Filip Horanský will meet.
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