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Tournament Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Club Name: O2 Arena
Court Surface: Hard (Indoor)
Total Purse: N/A
Most Recent Champion: Czech Republic
Having already won the title in 2011, the Czech Republic has regained the number one overall ranking in the 2012 BNP Paribas Fed Cup by defeating Italy by a 4-1 margin. It’s the first time the Czechs have held the top spot, and now they find themselves in the Final for the second consecutive year in a row. Be sure to get your 2012 Fed Cup tickets now and see if they can make it back to back championships and carve out a special place in the history books.
The hero this time around was Czech No. 1 Petra Kvitova, who reined in two singles wins to help the Czechs stand victorious, continuing her excellent Fed Cup unbeaten streak to 10 matches. The Czech Republic will face Serbia in the Final, and it will mark the first time the teams have met as independent nations, with the Czechs having won on the three occasions as Czechoslovakia. The Serbians will be making their first attempt at winning the title, coming off of a 3-2 win over Russia in Moscow. Here’s a video of Petra Kvitova’s exciting Finals match: