Wimbledon doubles champion Barbora Strycova celebrated her Grand Slam success by stripping down to her bra in front of friends and family at wild party in Prague.
The Czech player claimed the women’s doubles title at Wimbledon earlier this month alongside Taiwanese partner Hsieh Su-wei and Strycova was determined to ensure the celebrations were truly memorable well beyond SW19.
Strycova, 33, hired out Café Café in Prague’s famous Old Town before enjoying a wild night of celebrations, which concluded with her dancing shirtless with just a black bra to show.
Barbora Strycova celebrated winning the Wimbledon women’s doubles title with a party back in Prague as she stripped down to a black bra in front of her friends and family
Strycova let her hair down and undressed as the night progressed, opting to take her shirt off
The Czech star shows off an item of clothing to a party-goer as she celebrated in the Old Town
The evening’s revelry was visible to onlookers given Cafe Cafe’s large windows at the entrance
Strycova’s partner Petr Matejcek watched on as she shed her clothes to liven up the party – and it did not escape the eyes of photographers outside the venue.
Having enjoyed a memorable fortnight at Wimbledon, which saw her reach the semi-finals in the singles too after beating Britain’s Jo Konta in the quarters, the Czech star had every reason to enjoy herself.
But it was the doubles which brought the silverware as Strycova and Hsieh Su-wei defeated Canada’s Gabriela Dabrowski and China’s Yifan Xu in straight sets on Centre Court.
And victory in the women’s doubles brought with it more than just the SW19 title for the Czech as she propelled herself to World No 1 in the women’s doubles rankings too.
The Czech star had previously announced plans to retire but has been reconsidering that call after becoming Wimbledon’s oldest-ever first-time finalist.
‘I was saying I might. I didn’t say I will,’ Strycova said.
‘It was always my dream, always to play good at this tournament was my dream. It’s happening at this age right now, it’s incredible.
‘I set this goal at the beginning of this year, that Wimbledon will be the target that I want to really play well.
Strycova could be seen downing drinks as she celebrated with friends and family in Prague
The Czech star, 33, had every reason to enjoy herself after starring at Wimbledon
Strycova and Taiwan’s Su-Wei Hsieh lift their trophies after winning the women’s doubles
‘It’s happening right now, which is something really amazing. It shows you if I believe it, it’s happening.’
Strycova and Hsieh were the first Wimbledon pairing not to drop a set en route to the women’s doubles title since Venus and Serena Williams 10 years ago.
From there, they went on to the Wimbledon Champions’ Dinner – and it seems at least for Strycova the celebrations have not quite finished yet.
‘Especially here at this moment, this tournament, my favourite place — yes, it’s a fairy tale,’ she said of moving to the top of the doubles rankings.
Strycova showed her prowess on the SW19 courts, winning the doubles and starring in singles
The 33-year-old is pictured celebrating at Wimbledon – and later at the Champions’ Dinner
It was a wild party at Prague’s Cafe Cafe as the Wimbledon champion toasted her success