Czech tennis star Robin Vik has won the men's final of the Prague Open. Vik defeated his co-national, Jan Hajek, in two sets 6:4, 7:6. Twenty-six year old Robin Vik is the fourth Czech to win the Prague Open in its six year history, and he wins a prize of $14 400 USD.
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