In Sports News: Sigma Olomouc cause a sensation by knocking Borussia Dortmund out of football's Intertoto Cup; Milan Baros's future should be decided this week when he holds talks with Liverpool's manager, while young Czech striker Petr Mikolanda gets a chance at West Ham; tennis player Klara Koukalova loses another WTA final; and a Czech postman completes cycling's Tour de France on a penny farthing bicycle.
Olomouc create sensation by knocking Dortmund out of European competition
Rosicky faces another season without European club action
Talks to clear up Baros's future at Liverpool, Mikolanda on trial at West Ham
His international team-mate Milan Baros should have a much clearer idea about his future this week; the striker and his agent are due to hold talks with Liverpool manager Rafal Benitez in the coming days. Baros is not a favourite of the Reds' boss, but is clearly fighting for his future - he has scored five goals in three pre-season friendly games.
Another Czech striker, Petr Mikolanda of Viktoria Zizkov, is on trial at West Ham United, and has impressed the Premiership club with three goals in four friendlies.
Cerny wins Peace Cup as Tottenham beat Lyon
Czech goalkeeper Radek Cerny has had the opportunity to shine at Tottenham Hotspur. With their first choice goalkeeper injured, Cerny helped Spurs to victory in the Peace Cup in South Korea, in which they beat Olympic Lyon 3:1 in the final at the weekend.
Koukalova loses fifth WTA final of career
And the Czech Republic's Klara Koukalova was beaten in the final of the Palermo International on Sunday. Koukalova was no match for three times winner Anabel Medina Garrigues, losing 4-6 0-6, and really showing her nerves when she double-faulted on match point. The 23-year-old Czech has reached six finals on the women's tour in her career, winning on just one of those occasions.