“World Is Finally Coming Back To The Right Direction,” Says Karolina Pliskova After Winning A LiveScore Cup


Karolina Pliskova

Auspicious news for tennis fans, the domestic tennis tournaments resumed in some parts of the world. As a consequence, Former World No.01 Karolina Pliskova clinched the LiveScore Cup title in Prague. In the event finals, she defeated surprise finalist Tereza Martincova.

As a 25 years-old, Tereza Martincova who was a replacement player for Marketa Vondrousova, and came to play in this tournament on short notice. However, 2016 US Open finalist Karolina  Pliskova overcame World No.133, Martincova in the straight sets( 6-2, 6-4). Notably, Ace-Queen Pliskova beat Martincova by the same scoreline in the 2019 US Open first-round match.

Whole tennis actions suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic in the Mid-March. Tennis players and fans believe the tennis tours resume as soon as possible but, still, there is no clear cut answer on the dates. At the same time, the US Open and Roland Garros have scheduled to play tennis later of this year.

Karolina Pliskova
Karolina Pliskova Image Credits: Pavel Lebeda

“This Trophy Means A Lot To Me”- World Number three Karolina Pliskova

Following the win, Karolina Pliskova said on twitter, “We all have been through a difficult time full of fear and uncertainty. This trophy means a lot to me because it symbolizes that the world is finally coming back in the right direction. Thank you for all your support!”

Recently Karolina Pliskova disagreed with tennis legend Roger Federer’s view on playing tennis in stadiums full of fans. As she said that with or without fans there is no problem with playing tennis. And women players are used to it. In addition, The Czech also called men players are super weak, they complain about the women’s pay in tennis.

Karolina Pliskova

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In 2020, Karolina Pliskova successfully defends her title and win the most Brisbane International titles ever. Although She reached the third round at the Australian Open. Over win against Kristina Mladenovic and Laura Siegemund, Pliskova lost to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in tight straight sets. 


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