Iga Swiatek wins San Diego Open title by defeating Donna Vekic

San Diego [United States]: World No. 1 Iga Swiatek clinched her eighth title of the year on Sunday, warding off a brave effort by qualifier Donna Vekic to prevail 6-3, 3-6, 6-0 and win the San Diego Open.
Top-seeded Swiatek required 1 hour and 47 minutes to assert the 11th WTA singles title of her profession with her tour-leading 64th match-win of the year. Swiatek was the steadier gamer in the first collection, pulling mistakes from Vekic to achieve the only break at 4-2 en route to the one-set lead.
Nonetheless, Vekic’s hostile attitude paid off in the 2nd set as she used top-notch backhands to require errors from the World No. 1 as well as protect the sole break factor of the suit at 3-2.
Vekic broke for 4-2, then won the ensuing frenetic rally with a passing victor to win the collection.
Ultimately, Swiatek came out blasting in the third set, concluding extensive rallies with point winners to cleanse via the bagel and also boost to 3-0 against Vekic.
Previously on Sunday, No. 1 seeds Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula overpowered No. 2 seeds Gabriela Dabrowski and Giuliana Olmos 1-6, 7-5, [10-4] in a 1-hour and also 20-minute last to catch the San Diego Open increases title.

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