Satral collects fourth Futures title of his career, he has won three of them in Slovakia (Trnava 2014, Piestany 2011, 2013). Another one is from Wroclaw of Poland. ''You have always good memories of the places where you are successful. You get great tennis center here, everything is at our disposal. Also a silly thing like that we have good balls for our warm-up. It’s a proof that organizers are taking care of us. Great tournament, really. I would love to come again,'' said Satral for the website
Doubles title belongs to Satral again and to his partner Jakub Filipsky. They have beaten Slovak and Ukrainian players Karol Beck/Filipp Kekercheni 6-3, 6-2. It is Filipsky’s first doubles title ever, for Satral thirteenth already. It’s just the second tournament Satral and Filipsky have played together. The first one was in Piestany a week ago. They lost to Beck/Kekercheni in Piestany so it was a kind of revenge for them. Filipsky lost to Beck in the singles first round in Trnava, too. ''My head to head statistic with Karol Beck was like 0-4. It’s a bit better now. You have a very nice tennis centre in Trnava. I’m here for the first time and I hope it’s not the last time,'' Filipsky added, smiling.

Articles about the tournament:

A former No. 36 player in the ATP rankings is going to play in Trnava

From the left singles finalist Vaclav Safranek, champion Jan Satral (both CZE), photo credit: Ivan Kopcani

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From the left doubles champions Jan Satral & Jakub Filipsky (both CZE), photo credit: Ivan Kopcani

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