Synonyms for jan_šátral or Related words with jan_šátral

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Examples of "jan_šátral"
Jan Šátral won the title after defeating Robin Haase 6–3, 6–2 in the final.
Jan Šátral won the title after defeating Marco Trungelliti 6–2, 6–4 in the final.
Jan Šátral (born 24 July 1990 in Melnik) is a Czech tennis player.
Roman Jebavý and Jan Šátral won the tournament, defeating Norbert Gombos and Adam Pavlásek in the final, 6–2, 6–2.
Andrej Martin and Hans Podlipnik-Castillo won the title, defeating Roman Jebavý and Jan Šátral in the final, 4–6, 7–5, [10–1].
Roman Jebavý and Jan Šátral were the defending champions but lost in the first round to Lukáš Dlouhý and Andrej Martin.
Roman Jebavý and Jan Šátral won the title after defeating Andrea Arnaboldi and Maximilian Neuchrist 7–6, 4–6, [10–7] in the final.
Roman Jebavý and Jaroslav Pospíšil were the defending champions, but chose not to compete together. Pospíšil chose to partner with Jan Šátral, but lost in the first round to Kamil Majchrzak and Stéphane Robert. Jebavý chose not to compete.
Radu Albot and Adam Pavlásek were the defending champions, but Albot decided not to participate, and Pavlásek played alongside Jan Šátral instead, but they lost in the first round to Michał Dembek and Viktor Kostin.
Roman Jebavý and Jaroslav Pospíšil were the defending champions, but Pospíšil did not participate this year. Jebavý played alongside Jan Šátral, but they lost in quarterfinals to Lubomír Majšajdr and Martin Zahrádka.
In late August, Monfils entered the US Open seeded 10th and reached the semifinals without dropping a set, defeating prominent past and present players on the tour Gilles Müller, Jan Šátral, Nicolás Almagro, Marcos Baghdatis and Lucas Pouille en route. He eventually lost a controversial match to Djokovic in four sets.
During the 2016 season, he helped his Bruins to the quarterfinals of the Division I Tennis Team Championship. Then on Memorial Day, May 30, McDonald defeated the No. 1 ranked Mikael Torpegaard of Ohio State University for the singles championship at Michael D. Case Tennis Center, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He became the 12th UCLA Bruins player to win the singles title. McDonald also teamed with Martin Redlicki to play for the doubles championship. They defeated the team of Arthur Rinderknech and Jackson Withrow from the University of Texas A&M to win the doubles individual championship. In doing so, McDonald became the first college player to win both the national singles and doubles titles since Matias Boeker of the University of Georgia in 2001. McDonald was awarded a wild card into the main draw of the US Open, where he lost to Czech qualifier Jan Šátral in five sets in the first round. Beginning in late September and lasting through early October, McDonald had an impressive string of results in challenger level tournaments, winning his first ITF Pro Circuit title at USA F29 Irvine Futures, as well as reaching back to back semifinals in Tiburon and Stockton with impressive wins over three top 150 players and fellow Americans in Frances Tiafoe, Denis Kudla and Tim Smyczek.