Iga Swiatek received her eighth title of the season with victory over Donna Vekic on the San Diego Open.
The world primary was left tearful after struggling a primary defeat in 11 finals to Barbora Krejcikova in Ostrava final week however got here out on prime once more on the American west coast.
Qualifier Vekic had fought again from 4-2 down within the third set in opposition to Danielle Collins earlier on Sunday in a semi-final delayed by rain and pushed Swiatek earlier than the Pole surged by means of the decider to win 6-3 3-6 6-0.
The victory was Swiatek’s sixty fourth of the 12 months, probably the most for any feminine participant since Serena Williams received 78 matches in 2013.
Swiatek stated: “I’m just really happy. Coming in here, I wasn’t feeling completely sure that I’m going to be able to perform my best after playing such an intense tournament in Ostrava. I’m pretty happy that I’m still able to work through all these things and put my best tennis out there.
“I think this is going to be the season I’m going to be thinking about for the rest of my life but, on the other hand, I would love to have seasons like that in the future so I guess the best way to do that is not really be focusing on what happened but focusing on what’s next. I still know I have many things to improve.”
Swiatek shouldn’t be enjoying on this week’s WTA 1000 event in Guadalajara and can end her season on the WTA Finals in Forth Worth, Texas starting on October 31.