PARIS -- Canadas Daniel Nestor will have to settle for being a runner-up at this years French Open. cheap jerseys . The Toronto native and partner Kristina Mladenovic of France lost in Thursdays mixed doubles final to Frantisek Cermak and Lucie Hradecka of the Czech Republic 1-6, 6-4, 10-6. Nestor and Mladenovic, together for the first time, raced through the first set, the ninth straight set they had won at the tournament. But the Czechs broke Nestor in the opening game of the second, and rallied from 0-40 while serving for the set to even the match on a backhand volley from Hradecka. "Im a little bit disappointed, but I thought they played pretty well at the end," Nestor said. "It wasnt us. It was more them playing pretty well." Nestor had a disappointing performance in mens doubles as well earlier in the tournament, losing in the second round with new partner Robert Lindstedt of Sweden -- Nestors worst result at Roland Garros since he was ousted in the second round in 2006. Nestor had claimed the French Open doubles title the previous three years. In Thursdays super tiebreaker, the Cermak and Hradecka won four straight points to lead 9-5, and clinched victory in the 69-minute match when Mladenovic netted a backhand volley, becoming the first Czechs to win the mixed doubles since 1991, when Helena Sukova and Cyril Suk triumphed. "They were good in the tiebreaker," Nestor said. "Im upset that I lost serve first game in the second because that kind of changed the momentum although we did have some chances to break back. For the most part, even on the points where we had chances they played pretty well." Mladenovic, who at 20 is half Nestors age, won the junior girls title here in 2009. Nestor, who has 80 doubles titles including eight Grand Slams, pledged afterwards to play with Mladenovic at Wimbledon. Nestor will transfer onto the grass next week, playing with doubles partner Lindstedt in a pre-Wimbledon grass double -- Queens Club in London, followed by a first appearance on the south coast at Eastbourne at the joint ATP-WTA event. It was the first Grand Slam title for Cermak and the second for Hradecka, who also won the womens doubles at Roland Garros with Andrea Hlavackova in 2011. Hradecka still has a shot in the womens doubles as she and Hlavackova will play their semifinal on Friday. "Im happy that we did it," Hradecka said. "Its really nice to be here in Roland Garros and stay on court on Chatrier and have a title." Their very first match, at 2008 Wimbledon, was a loss, and they endured a bumpy road, though they reached the final at the Australian Open in January. "We didnt start well," Cermak said with a laugh. "Were improving." -- With files from The Associated Press. wholesale jerseys . Cammalleri confirmed on Tuesday that general manager Brian Burke had offered him a contract, while Burke announced earlier in the day that an offer had been made. cheap jerseys from china . Barring an epic collapse, a Metropolitan Division title is all but clinched. What happens after that, however, is anybodys guess.MALMO, Sweden -- Defenceman Mathew Dumba and forward Charles Hudon missed practice with injuries on Friday but coach Brent Sutter expects both to play Canadas semifinal game at the world junior championship. "Maintenance day for both those guys," said Sutter. Canada faces Finland in a semifinal on Saturday at Malmo Arena. Dumba was hurt in a collision late in the second period of Canadas 4-1 quarter-final victory over Switzerland and was limping after the game. Hudon hurt a shoulder when he was checked into the boards against Slovakia a week ago.. wholesale nfl jerseys. He missed a practice this week but was able to play a round robin game against the United States and against the Swiss. Canada held its first practice at Malmo Arena, a much larger venue than the 5,800-seat Isstadion where they played and practised before. Malmo Arena seats 13,000 for hockey, although capacity is 11,618 for the tournament. "Its irrelevant where youre playing the game," said Sutter. "Its played on the same size of ice. We just have to do what we need to do to give ourselves the best chance." ' ' '