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So, definitely we can say: Czech republic is the country of the proud members of the czech national team...

....and the country of the tax dodgers

Show me another country, where the best four players (longterm, not based on the newest ranking) have residence in the tax havens.
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It's pretty normal. Simona should take note. Living in Romania is not only inconvenient in terms of facilities in a country still on its way up, it adds massive pressure to her.
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Wise decision. Why pay half of your hard earned money to the federal fiscus as if it was theirs for taking?
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Burn her at the stake, I say.

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Wise decision. Why pay half of your hard earned money to the federal fiscus as if it was theirs for taking?
because all of that 'hard earn' money is based solely on the engagement of regular spectators that build their celebrity. And so their government can sponsor young upcoming tennis players, that aren't necessarily very rich, thus helping the sport and building future profits and publicity for their country. Their 'hard work' do not in any way contribute to anything. Did they all go to private schools and use private roads to travel too?

Disgraceful. How is it viewed in Czech media?
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So, definitely we can say: Czech republic is the country of the proud members of the czech national team...

....and the country of the tax dodgers

Show me another country, where the best four players (longterm, not based on the newest ranking) have residence in the tax havens.
Wait, why didn't she move to Monte Carlo with the other Czech girls, are they not friendly?
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they are right
why give money to a government that wasn't able to arrest a criminal who attacked one of the most popular athletes in the country?
don't come with the crap that Petra isn't a star. behind Petr Cech, she's the second most popular Czech athlete on twitter.
Olympic medalist, Wimbledon champion... she's not Sharpie or Serena, but she has a remarkable career.
it's been more than two weeks, if I was a Czech authority, I would be embarassed.
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It's pretty normal. Simona should take note. Living in Romania is not only inconvenient in terms of facilities in a country still on its way up, it adds massive pressure to her.
No, it's not "pretty normal"

Green dot - Player has her residence in her homecountry or in country of her origins
Orange dot - Player has her residence in Florida (except american players) or in Switzerland (except swiss players)
Red dot - Player has her residence in the typical tax haven like Monaco or UAE

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Re: Bara Strycova has changed her residence from Pilsen (CZE) to Dubai

Kerber does not live in Germany. She's not living in a tax haven either, but still, that list is not correct.
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they are right
why give money to a government that wasn't able to arrest a criminal who attacked one of the most popular athletes in the country?
I am sure, that police in Brazil works much better.
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Kerber does not live in Germany. She's not living in a tax haven either, but still, that list is not correct.
She lives in country of her origins. It's acceptable for me. And then, she has in Poland a training base. Karolína, Petra, Lucy and Bara have their bases in CZ.
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Disgraceful. How is it viewed in Czech media?
Czech media haven't any problems with residences in the tax havens

Except some left-side (and not-mainstream) websites.
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I am sure, that police in Brazil works much better.
Well, PK came here in August and left without any harm with a Bronze medal on her suitcase

Instead of spreading stereotypes, you should complain to your politicians.
If taxes are too high that players prefer to "leave" the country, why return is so low to the population?
A police that does it's job right should be mandatory everywhere.
Yes, Brazil has problems, but I can assure you someone would have been arrested by now (even if not the real criminal, but this is another discussion)
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