Barbora Strýcová – Sophie Kennin 2: 1
(6: 7, 6: 1, 6: 4)
Podez from Pilsen played the finals well, quickly managed 3: 1, but then twice in a row lost his submission and the opening act had to make a decision on the tiebreak. The talented American did not give up nervousness and the second setball turned into a first set. At the beginning of the second set, Strýcová had to do what he did not want to do, but all six brejkboli were able to return to the second act, turned two and had to make a decisive set. It has long been a clear case for a 35-year-old Czech Republic, but from the 4: 1 and 5: 2 lead made another drama when it came to a precious jewel. In the second attempt, however, the game was delivered to the winning end.
Kateřina Siniaková – Alison Ricke 2: 0
(6: 3, 7: 6)
The start of the second Saturday match was difficult on both sides. Siniak and Riske faced the brejkballs at first, but was the first to make the Czech players. Eventually, the American could even face a 4: 4 but did not succeed and Siniak quietly nourishes the first act in the winning end. The second set was more balanced about knowledge. After a break at 6: 5 Hradec Králové gave the fight, but Riske was able to call. Tiebreak was already under the direction of Kateřina Siniaková, who added the second point to the Czech account.