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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Radek Štěpánek
Radek Stepanek and Lukas Rosol won their singles matches Friday to give the defending champion Czech Republic a 2-0 lead over Japan in the Davis Cup quarterfinals.
Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek won the doubles for the defending champion Czech Republic to take a 2-1 lead over the Netherlands in the Davis Cup first round on Saturday.
It's a job for two when the Czechs win Davis Cup finals.
The Czech Republic won the doubles Saturday to take a 2-1 lead over defending champion Spain in the Davis Cup final, moving one victory away from its first title as an independent nation.
With Rafael Nadal sidelined with an injury, the Czech Republic team hopes to complete a rare double this weekend when it takes on defending champion Spain in the 100th Davis Cup final.
When No. 1 seed Andy Roddick saw the draw for the Legg Mason Classic, he knew one player who would pose a problem: Radek Stepanek, who had upset James Blake in Los Angeles last month.
"The final in Barcelona (in 2009) was a great experience for us that we can learn from," Stepanek said. "Our two biggest advantages are that we have a choice of the surface and we have our fans behind us. And certainly, they miss Nadal."
That, he said, "was one of the best moments of my career."