Won't say much cause I'll jinx her, but things are going according to the plan
Next up for Tereza is Pavly, who has been in a sort of slump for quite some time now. After a great start of the year in Brisbane her W-L record is 3:6 and the highest ranked player she's beaten since is Amanmuradova at #153. Sure, she's got some decent results among those defeats like a three setter against Wickmayer, but that's still not much by her standards. Of course, she is a very experienced top 30 and Tereza will have a very tough task at hand, but she does have a game that could irritate the Russian and who knows what might happen then.
Also, great to see her climbing up the rankings again, but hey, with Ajla breathing down your neck you'd be playing pretty awesome too, right?
Well, I saw a couple of points and she's being pushed around without mercy I really should go to sleep now, so hopefully she settles as the match goes on. There were a few entertaining rallies in the first two games (which was all I saw).
Tereza broken already, can't see the way Pavly can lose this. I mean Pavly can be quite erratic at times, but Tereza's game is just too weak for this level. It's a miracle she made it this high on WTA ranking list, kudos for that, but top100 with this game looks like a mission impossible.
She won a game ANd she looks really fast, I don't know if it's the stream being funny though...
As for pronounciation - Slavic languages are the worst, try with ČMRLJ yes, this group of letters means something