Czech Petra Kvitova won this Saturday 7-6 (14) and 6-2 against Kazakhstan Elena Rybakina and won my first title in miaminumber thirty in his distinguished career.
At 33 and in his first final in MiamiKvitova surpassed the strongest rival at the moment in class and character, Rybakin who reached the final act of the Florida tournament as Indian Wells champion and with a thirteen consecutive win streak.
Kvitova, twelfth in the world rankingadded it to my showcases ninth WTA 1000 title and, having thirty trophies to his credit, is second highest scoring active playerbehind an American veteran Venus Williams (49).
two-time Wimbledon championwho beat Rybakina this year in Adelaide, takes the scepter in Miami, after the Polish Iga Swiatek couldn’t protect him by retiring rib injury.
it took one hour and 42 minutes to win a match in which he needed to cancel six set points to Rybakina in the first set.
He’ll be back this Monday top 10 world ranking first time since september 2021 and is the second oldest player to win the Miami tournament after Serena Williams.
Miami Tournament Ends This Sunday men’s final between Russians Daniil Medvedev and Italian Yannick Sinnerhangman friday spanish Carlos Alcaraz.
The Murcian handed over the champion’s scepter and also lost number one in the world in favor of the Serb Novak Djokovic.
(According to information from EFE)
Source: Aristegui Noticias
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