2009 (ESP) Final
- Part 01
Preparation in Prostejov, Press conference Prague on Saturday 28
November 2009 before flying to Barcelona, training sessions in
Barcelona, press conference in Barcelona on Tuesday 1st December 2009.
- Part 02
Draw ceremony on Thursday 3rd December 2009, opening ceremony and 1st
Single match Berdych/Nadal on Friday 4 December 2009.
- Part 03
Double match Stepanek/Berdych vs Lopez/Verdasco on Saturday 5 December
2009, Czechs celebrate despite defeat, Lucie Safarova and Nicole
Vaidisova in the audience, trophy ceremony on Sunday 6 December 2009.
- Part 04
Cocktail in Barcelona, back to Prague and press conference on Monday 7
December 2009, Czech TV show Tomas Berdych, Zlaty Kanar 2009 goes to
Czech Davis Cup team Jan Hajek, Radek Stepanek, captain Jaroslav
Navratil, Tomas Berdych and Lukas Dlouhy.
2010 (BEL) Round 1
- Part 01
Leaving Prague to Belgium on Sunday Feb. 28, 2010, Czech Davis Cup team
greets Šárka Záhrobská and looks at the bronze medal she won for the
ladies alpine skiing slalom at 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Davis
Cup matches will be played in Bree -in Kim Clijsters' hometown- Tomas
Berdych during training sessions and finally a press conference on
Tuesday, 2nd March 2010.
- Part 02
Friday, 5 March 2010 Bree, Belgium - Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek
won in straight sets to give the Czech Republic a 2-0 lead over Belgium
in the opening round of Davis Cup. Opening ceremony and match
highlights of 1st rubber Tomas Berdych def. Olivier Rochus.
- Part 03
Saturday, 6 March 2010 Bree, Belgium - Radek Stepanek and Tomas Berdych
handed the Czech Republic a 3-0 win over Belgium in Bree, as they
defeated Steve Darcis and Olivier Rochus 7-6 (7/0), 6-0, 6-3.
Highlights of Steve Darcis/Olivier Rochus vs Tomas Berdych/Radek
Stepanek in the third rubber of the Davis Cup first round between
Belgium and Czech Republic and Czech celebration.
2010 (CHI) Quarterfinal
(Tomas Berdych did not participate)
2010 (SRB) Semifinal
17-19 September 2010 - Serbia beat Czech Republic 3-2 at
Belgrade Arena, Serbia, hard. On Friday
Tipsarevic beat Wimbledon finalist and world no. 7 Tomas Berdych with
the Czech Republic leading 1-0 after Radek Stepanek beat Viktor
Troicki. On Saturday, the Czech Republic took a 2-1 lead after winning
the doubles, but with the re-emergence of Djokovic for the singles
match on Sunday the tie would go to the deciding match. Tipsarevic
destroyed Stepanek in the final match to give Serbia a 3-2 victory and
put Serbia into the Davis Cup final for the first time in history.
2011 (KAZ) Round 1
- Part 01 -
70 photos, 5'01'' - 9.70 Mo (full
Arrival in Ostrava, Newcomer Jiri Vesely, training, press-conference,
banquet, draw ceremony.
Czech Republic hosts new boys Kazakhstan in the World Group first round
in 2011. World No.
7 Tomas Berdych has recovered in time from the leg injury he suffered
in Dubai last week to lead the Czech Republic against Davis Cup World
Group debutant Kazakhstan.
- Part 02 -
46 photos, 3'46'' - 5.48 Mo (full
After Andrey Golubev
gave World Group debutant Kazakhstan a 1-0 lead over the Czech Republic
as he defeated Jan Hajek, World No. 7 Tomas Berdych hit back for the
host nation as he cruised past Mikhail Kukushkin 7-6(5), 6-2, 6-3 in
two hours and 39 minutes to record his 15th Davis Cup singles victory.The Czech doubles pair of Tomas
Berdych and Lukas Dlouhy combined to put the host nation in a great
position going into the final day of this Davis Cup by BNP Paribas
World Group first round tie. The Czechs won 64 64 76(4) against the
Kazakh team of Evgeny Korolev and Yuriy Schukin to take a 2-1 lead into
the third and final day.
- Part 03 -
55 photos, 4'20'' - 7.70 Mo (full
Andrey Golubev and Mikhail
Kukushkin won both reverse singles matches on Sunday to pull off a
major upset in the first round of the Davis Cup and give Kazakhstan a
3-2 victory over the Czech Republic. Golubev upset Tomas Berdych 7-5,
5-7, 6-4, 6-2 in the first reverse singles to level the score at 2-2
before Mikhail Kukushkin defeated Jan Hajek 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 7-6 [10-8],
6-0 to clinch the best-of-five series on an indoor hard court at CEZ
Arena. The Czechs, who reached the semifinals last year and the final
in 2009, will go to the playoffs to remain in the World Group.