Showing posts with label Tomas Berdych. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tomas Berdych. Show all posts

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Berdych cuts season short with back problem

Berdych cuts season short with back problem

Tomas Berdych is the latest player to end his season early after announcing he would miss tournaments in Vienna and Paris because of a back injury.

The 32-year-old world number 18 still had a remote chance of qualifying for the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals for an eighth time.

"I have been playing with back pain since Wimbledon and in my last match in Beijing I felt like it was getting worse," Berdych said on his twitter account.

Friday, October 6, 2017

Video: Tomas Berdych ATP Player Profile 2017

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Video: Tomas Berdych ATP Player Profile 2017

Tomas Berdych explains why finding the perfect coach varies from player to player and depends on their personality in this ATP Player Profile.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Rublev upset Berdych in China Open

Rublev upset Berdych in China Open

Andrey Rublev recovered from a set and a break down to storm past former winner Tomas Berdych and into the China Open quarter-finals on Thursday.

Rublev, who beat the big-serving Czech 1-6 6-4 6-1, looked well out of his depth in surrendering the first set. But the match turned on its head midway through the second set, and the Russian won 11 of the last 13 games to dispatch the world number 20 in an hour and 48 minutes.

The 19-year-old, ranked 39, showed during the summer he has the potential to climb far higher, getting the better of world number nine Grigor Dimitrov and number 14 David Goffin at the U.S. Open.

Rublev will now face the second seed, Alexander Zverev, who defeated veteran Fabio Fognini.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Video: Berdych and Cilic Press Conference Day 3 | Laver Cup 2017

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Video: Berdych and Cilic Press Conference Day 3 | Laver Cup 2017

Team Europe lose to Team World's Jack Sock and John Isner.

Video: Tomas Berdych Press Conference Day 2 | Laver Cup 2017

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Video: Tomas Berdych Press Conference Day 2 | Laver Cup 2017

Berdych loses match against Team World's Nick Kyrgios in Prague.

Video: Kyrgios v Berdych Highlights Day 2 | Laver Cup 2017

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Video: Nick Kyrgios v Tomas Berdych Highlights Day 2 | Laver Cup 2017

Kyrgios keeps Team World's hopes alive with win over home town favourite Tomas Berdych.

Video: Berdych/Cilic v Isner/Sock highlights Day 3 | Laver Cup 2017

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Video: Berdych/Cilic v Isner/Sock highlights Day 3 | Laver Cup 2017

John Isner and Jack Sock keep Team World's hopes alive at the inaugural Laver Cup.

Video: Team Europe dominates in historic day in Prague | Laver Cup 2017

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Video: Team Europe dominates in historic day in Prague | Laver Cup 2017

Federer and Nadal team up in a doubles clash for the first time in history.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Video: Laver Cup 2017 Highlights Nadal/Berdych Vs Kyrgios/Sock

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Video: Nadal/Berdych Vs Kyrgios/Sock - Laver Cup 2017 Highlights


Video: Laver Cup 2017 Day 1 Highlights

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Video: Laver Cup 2017 Day 1 Highlights

The Laver Cup delivered world class entertainment on day one with team Europe winning three of the four matches.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Czechs without Berdych for Davis Cup playoff at Netherlands

Czechs without Berdych for Davis Cup playoff at Netherlands

The Czech Republic will have to do without Tomas Berdych at next week's Davis Cup playoff series at the Netherlands.

Berdych, who helped the country win the 2012 and '13 Davis Cup titles, has been focusing on the ATP tour. Without Berdych, the Czechs lost 4-1 to Australia in the first round.

Czech Republic captain Jaroslav Navratil will also miss veteran Radek Stepanek for the Sept. 15-17 series on indoor clay court at the Sportcampus Zuiderpark in the Hague.

Jiri Vesely, Adam Pavlasek, Lukas Rosol and rookie Roman Jebavy were named Tuesday to play for the Czechs.


Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Del Potro upsets Berdych in 1st round in Cincinnati

Del Potro upsets Berdych in 1st round in Cincinnati

Juan Martin del Potro upset Tomas Berdych 3-6, 7-6, 6-0 and advanced to the second round of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.

Del Potro shook off a first-set loss, jumping out to a 4-1 lead in the second set before settling for a win in the tiebreak, which he led 5-0 and clinched with an ace. He built on his momentum by rolling through the third set against the Wimbledon semifinalist, improving to 12-0 in first-round matches this season.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Video: Nishikori Practice with Berdych at Rogers Cup Montreal 2017

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Video: Nishikori Practice with Berdych at Rogers Cup Montreal 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Video: Berdych and Querrey Visit Los Cabos Arch 2017

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Video: Berdych and Querrey Visit Los Cabos Arch 2017

Tomas Berdych and Sam Querrey visit Cabo Rey and play mini tennis on a platform at the Los Cabos arch.



Photo: Abierto Los Cabos

Thursday, July 20, 2017

What lies ahead for Andy Murray?

What lies ahead for Andy Murray?

Source: Andy Murray via Facebook

Andy Murray fell to Sam Querrey in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon with a scoreline of 3-6 6-4 6-7 6-1 6-1, and will be displeased to have lost to a player outside of the sport's elite. Querrey established his credentials at Wimbledon last year, taking down the then world number one Novak Djokovic, but few expected him to repeat the feat against Murray. Yet the Scotsman ultimately failed to put up much resistance, with an injury hampering his ability to compete.

Having brushed aside the mercurial Benoit Paire, an occasionally dangerous player who had looked surprisingly composed during the tournament thus far, Murray seemed to have settled into a rhythm. This rhythm looked to be continuing in his quarter-final match, with the Scotsman taking the first set against Querrey in dominant fashion. However, Murray will be most remembered for his conscientious press conference rather than for his performance in the match, having called out casual sexism from a journalist and reinforcing his position as one of the biggest advocates for equality in the sport.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Video: Federer v Berdych Wimbledon 2017 semi-final highlights

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Video: Roger Federer v Tomas Berdych Wimbledon 2017 semi-final highlights

Friday, July 14, 2017

Roger Federer into 11th career Wimbledon final

Roger Federer into 11th career Wimbledon final

Roger Federer is here once more, back in a Wimbledon final for the 11th time, back on the verge of an eighth championship at the All England Club, more than any man has collected in the storied, century-plus history of the place.

Nearly 36, and a father of four, Federer continued his resurgent season and unchallenged run through this fortnight by conjuring up just enough brilliance to beat 2010 Wimbledon runner-up Tomas Berdych 7-6 (4), 7-6 (4), 6-4 on Friday.

"Can't almost believe it's true again," Federer said.

Berdych pays classy tribute to injured Novak Djokovic, wore trainers with his face

Berdych pays classy tribute to injured Novak Djokovic, wore trainers with his face

Tomas Berdych wore trainers with a picture of Novak Djokovic's face on the tongue in his Wimbledon semi-final with Roger Federer.

Berdyh reached the last four at Wimbledon after Djokovic was forced to retire hurt in their quarter-final match.

Berdych made sure the Serbian's presence would still be felt on Centre Court by having his face printed onto the tongues of his trainers.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Wimbledon Men's Semi-Final Preview Federer vs. Berdych

Wimbledon Men's Semi-Final Preview Federer vs. Berdych

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Roger Federer will face Thomas Berdych for a place in the final at the All England Club.

Federer started his road to Wimbledon early in fantastic fashion as he smashed through the competition without dropping a set to win the Halle Open making him one of the favourites to win Wimbledon and become the all-time Wimbledon champion record holder of eight titles.

Federer has produced masterclasses this tournament and looks back to his magical best. His first match against Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov ended in retirement (6-3, 2-0) giving the Swiss an easy start to the tournament.

Video: Djokovic v Berdych Wimbledon 2017 quarter-final highlights

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Video: Novak Djokovic v Tomas Berdych Wimbledon 2017 quarter-final highlights