In Sports News: young motorcyclist Lukas Pesek comes second in the French Grand Prix, increasing his lead in the 125cc world championship standings; seven weeks after a series crash, racing driver Tomas Enge is back with a win; football goalie Petr Cech wins the FA Cup with Chelsea, while former Czech no. 1 Pavel Srnicek is looking for a new club; and Radek Stepanek falls out of the world top 50 after a first-round exit from the Hamburg Masters.
Pesek comes second in 125cc in French Grand Prix, extends lead in standings
Enge wins after speedy return from injury
Cech takes first FA Cup medal with Chelsea...
Petr Cech has been celebrating winning his first English FA Cup with Chelsea. He made a couple of fine saves during the Blues' 1:0 win over Manchester United, with the game taking place the day before the great goalie's 25th birthday. Cech said it had been a special end to a difficult season; he has also been presented with an award by Chelsea for the great comeback he made after a serious head injury.
...while former Czech goalkeeper Srnicek looks for new club
Former Czech international goalkeeper Pavel Srnicek has been released by Newcastle. The 39-year-old said he would consider playing in one of the lower divisions in England, but only for a club with real ambitions.
Nedved to take time to decide on future
Radek Stepanek falls out of tennis world top 50
The Czech tennis player Radek Stepanek has fallen out of the world top 50 after being knocked out in the first round at the Hamburg Masters, a competition he reached the final of last year. Stepanek is now 57th in the world. The top ranked Czech man remains Tomas Berdych, who is 20th.