Sometimes I even think in Slovak, Bencicová knew her neighbors – Tennis – Sports

Swiss tennis player Belinda Bencicová entered the WTA tournament in Ostrava with a smooth triumph over the Spanish Sara Sorribesová Tormová 6: 2, 6: 3 and after the match she also confessed her love for Slovakia.


24.09.2021 21:52

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Belinda Bencicová in the archive image.


Despite the fact that she was born in Switzerland 24 years ago, she also has Slovak parents, a friend and a fitness trainer in one person.

When she is in Slovakia, she regularly trains at TK Slovan Bratislava, which she also helped with the title in the Slovak extra league.

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“We have a wide background in Slovakia. The family from the mother’s side is from Močenka near Nitra, the father’s from Bratislava.

I only speak Slovak with my parents at home and sometimes I even think in Slovak, “said Bencicová according to the website

Bencicová had her peak of the 2021 season at the end of July at the Tokyo Olympics, where she won a gold medal in singles and silver alongside Viktoria Golubicová in doubles.

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“It was an amazing experience for me. I’ve never been as proud of myself as I was after winning Olympic medals. I have a nice place for them at home, they are beautiful memories, “added Bencicová.

In Friday’s quarterfinals in the Ostravar Arena, Anett Kontaveitová lost to Estonia 4: 6, 3: 6.

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Facts from Ostrava

Singles – Quarterfinals: Anett Kontaveitová (EST) – Belinda Bencicová (Švajč.-3) 6: 4, 6: 3. Petra Kvitová (CZE- / 2) – Jil Teichmannová (Švajč.) 6: 4, 6: 4; Iga Swiateková (Poľ.-1) – Jelena Rybakinová (Kaz.-7) 7: 6 (5), 6: 2, Maria Sakkariová (Gr.-4) – Tereza Martincová (ČR) 7: 5, 6: 3

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