The Czech men’s tennis number one Tomáš Berdych has reached the quarter-finals at the French Open in Paris. Berdych, who is seeded sixth in the Grand Slam tournament, overcame John Isner of the United States 6-4 6-4 on Sunday afternoon. The Czech’s opponent in the last 16 tie will be either Switerzland’s Roger Federer or Ernest Gulbis of Latvia, who knocked Radek Štěpánek out in the third round.
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