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watching numerous matches of her boyfriend Radek Štěpánek, in the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) circuit and lacked motivation to play, she entered the $75,000 ITF (International Tennis Federation) tournament in Dubai, that started on 14 December 2009. Coming from six losses in a row, Vaidišová went on to reach the quarterfinals before losing to Sandra Záhlavová. During her participation in this tournament, it was reported that she had hired top coach Eric van Harpen

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under Head Coach Remond Safi. They are known as the Liban Espoir and regularly tour other countries. In 2003 they toured Morocco, and then in 2005 they toured England and Wales, playing numerous matches against the England Lionhearts, Welsh Presidents XIII and Rugby League Conference teams. In 2006 they recorded their first victory on tour in Cyprus against a British combined services team. In 2007 they beat the main Serbian national team (Serbia national rugby league team) 16-14 and went on to defeat a Serbia Development XIII 50-0. In 2008 they played the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates national rugby league team) of the Emirates Rugby League, the first game ever to be played by the nation. The match was played in Bhamdoun with the Liban Espoir eventually winning 48-18. In 2009, Liban Espoir played the UAE Falcons again, this time in a three game series. The first game, played in Dubai at The Sevens (The Sevens (stadium)) ended early with the UAE Falcons leading 16-6 because of a mass brawl. WikiPedia:Cyprus Dmoz:Regional Middle East Cyprus Commons:Category:Cyprus


under-21 team does not have a permanent home. The team plays in stadiums located all around France, particularly grounds of Ligue 2 clubs. Because of the smaller demand compared to the senior national team, smaller facilities are used. Recently, the under-21 team has established the Stade Auguste-Delaune II, home of Stade Reims, as a home residence having played numerous matches there over the past two seasons. '''Channel Island cattle''' is a collective name for the breeds

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