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Tomáš Berdych falls at Australian Open semi-final

Radio Prague |
30 January 2015

In tennis, Tomáš Berdych has crashed out of the Australian Open in his semi-final tie against Scot Andy Murray.

Czechs to miss Kvitová, Šafářová in Fed Cup against Canada

Yahoo News |
28 January 2015

Defending Fed Cup champion Czech Republic will face Canada without Petra Kvitová and Lucie Šafářová in the first-round tie at Canada next week.

Nadal out of Australian Open as Berdych finally beats Spaniard

The Guardian |
27 January 2015

Berdych hammers Nadal in straight sets 6-2 6-0 7-6 (7-5). Czech had not beaten world No3 in 17 previous matches.

Koudelka of Czech Republic wins 4th ski jump World Cup event

The New Zealand Herald/AP |
26 January 2015

Roman Koudelka of the Czech Republic earned his fourth ski jump World Cup win of the season on Sunday.

Ledecká wins gold at Freestyle Ski & Snowboard World Championships

Radio Prague |
26 January 2015

Nineteen-year-old Czech snowboarder Ester Ledecká fulfilled her childhood dream, winning gold at the World Championships. She is the first Czech to have clinched the gold in the parallel slalom.

Lucie Hradecká creates upset at Australian Open

Radio Prague |
20 January 2015

In tennis, Czech Lucie Hradecká has created a major upset in the first grand slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open, by knocking out fifth seed Ana Ivanovic.

Czech mates Kvitová, Plíšková in Sydney final

Sporting News |
16 January 2015

Petra Kvitova and Karolina Pliskova will play for the Sydney International championship, an all-Czech final set up on Thursday.

Czech's power to biathlon relay victory

Eurosport |
15 January 2015

The Czech Republic women's relay team clinched their second biathlon relay win in a row with victory in difficult conditions at Ruhpolding, Germany.

Tomas Berdych to skip Czech Republic's Davis Cup first-round tie against Australia

ABC Online |
15 January 2015

Tomas Berdych will skip the Czech Republic's Davis Cup first-round tie with Australia on March 6-8 to focus on his individual career.

Czech football clubs face lean times

Radio Prague |
15 January 2015

Czech football is going through schizophrenic times. While the national team is flying high - and is well on course to take part in the 2016 European Championships in France after significant wins over the Netherlands, Turkey, and Kazakhstan – the domestic game is in the doldrums.

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