Drobny


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Drobny

(ˈdrɒbnɪ; Czech ˈdrɔbniː)
n
(Biography) Jaroslav (ˈjærəʊˌslɑːv; Czech ˈjarɔslaf). 1921–2001, British tennis and ice-hockey player, born in Czechoslovakia: Wimbledon champion 1954: a member of the Czech ice-hockey team in the 1948 Olympic Games
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1954 Jaroslav Drobny (Egypt) beat Rosewall (Australia) 13-11 4-6 6-2 9-7
1921: Czech-born tennis player Jaroslav Drobny was born.
It was the first final fivesetter since Ted Schroeder beat Jaroslaw Drobny in 1949 and Rosewall's third final and a third defeat.
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In which two sports did Czech-born Jaroslav Drobny achieve renown?
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Malcolm's favourite player was the late Czechoslovakian Jaroslav Drobny.
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And, in exchange, Chef Witold Drobny from the Hyatt Regency Warsaw has flown in to Doha to bring the exquisite tastes of Poland to the Grand Hyatt Doha's Grill Restaurant from December 9 to 19.