Nicole is a mess right now. She wouldn't do anything good for the team.
Of course, when she's playing well, it's important to have her on the team because she always deliver but right now, she can be with Radek.
I think the team is going to be Petra, Iveta, Lucie and Kveta.
Nicole wants to focus on ranking again and also doesn't want to lose in FED CUP because she knows she is not playing well, that's smart decision I think she wouldn't be nominated anyway though her win/loss ratio is amazing in FED CUP, especially in singles
I would nominate Benesova, Kvitova, Safarova and Peschke
Probably the next big Czech prodigy, after Marketa. :) She's still only 11 (born May 1, 2005) and winning matches at good U14 level! :worship:
She played Les Petits As (the U14 Slam) a month ago and actually upset 8th seed Alina Scherbinina, 6-3 3-6 6-2 in R1, before losing a close R2 match to...
There is not one very promising Czech Linda only: 13 yo Linda N. - who is only a few months older than Linda F. - has shown at least equal promise! :D
A month ago, she was runner-up of the U14 unofficial Slam of Les Petits As in France! :bounce: She was the 7th seed there, beat Mio Mushika 2 &...
They are Czech hopes for doubles, often play doubles together :)
Maybe they are the new Kuncikova/Stuchla (who mysteriously suddenly disappeared).
Kristyna Hrabalova, born 1996
Nikola Tomanova, born 1996...
Another good Czech junior. :D
She was born on April, 11 1997 in Most and has a CHR of 41 (#45 this week). :)
She's won 2 G2s this year: Epitok-Abris Cup in Hungary (she was seed 5 and thrashed seed 2 Dalma Galfi 1 & 1 in the final :eek:) & Ex Pilsen Wilson Cup in Czech Rep (she was the top...