Free card for Stepanek. Before Wimbledon, he does not have a treacherous qualification

Tennis player Radek Stepanek received a free card from Wimbledon from the organizers.

Currently, the 117th player in the world is not necessarily going through the qualifying round of his All England Club favorite grandslam on the grass.

“I am very pleased, it is an honor and a commitment to me, I believe to reward the organizers So I’m going to showcase my game and the boom in London for as long as possible, “said Štěpánek, 37, in an e-mail for CTK.

Due to his position in the ranking he did not go directly to the main competition and was preparing for qualifying .At the same time, he asked for a free card, which the committee decides on the basis of the previous results in the tournament, and succeeded.

“I was pleased when the Wimbledon director told me that my card was too much debated. “Karpov was born in the Australian Open and Roland Garros this year, where he played in the first round with his attractive tennis later British finalist Brit Andy Murray, for which he has earned many of his recognition.Last week he passed the Grass in Stuttgart from qualification to the quarterfinals. “I’m glad I got the card with my results and performances this year and I just got it out of nostalgia,” Stepanek said.

Wimbledon is a heartfelt thing for him. In London he played his first grandslam 14 years ago and moved to the 3rd round. Four years later he moved to the quarterfinals, which is his best grandslam score.He missed the tournament only in 2010.
The double Davis Cup winner was pleased to have time to rest before Wimbledon.

“Now I’m waiting for a nine-day free tournament that I would definitely qualify betting online for He did not, “he praised. “Physically and physically, I feel great, but in the last few months I played a lot of games and I need to rest both physically and mentally,” he said. Monday is starting to prepare for London.

For example, Daniela Hantuchová, Slovakia, was given a free card in the main competition. In the past, Wimbledon managed to win only one player with a wild card – Croatian Goran Ivanishevich in 2001.

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