Slovakia’s Dominika Cibulkova proclaimed Sunday Master of the WTA unexpectedly winning the final to world number one, Germany’s Angelique Kerber in straight sets.

Kerber had been unbeaten in the tournament dropping just one set – just in the first round of the Round Robin at his executioner in the final – Cibulkova 27 with 7 titles to his credit he never won a tournament of this nature and is the first Slovak tennis player achieves the year – end Masters.

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The small Cibulkova be considered a lucky since in the round robin Red Group lost its first two games with what was virtually eliminated. However the victory of Angelique Kerber in straight sets on Madison Keys gave the pass when and certainly He is arming suitcases back to Slovakia. In effect he is having won a set in the first duel Kerber he helped the 27 year old to stand thoughtlessly in the semifinals.

There he hoped the experienced Russian Svetlana Kuznetsova (leader of the White Group ) who won in three sets once again suffering 1-6 7-6 (2) 6-4 in just under two hours. In the final look faces with Kerber, brand new world number one and champion in Australia and the US Open. Besides its debut verduga in Singapore but also paradoxically its ally in the standings. The German emerged as a big favorite for his quick victory over Poland ‘s Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2 6-1.

However in the final Kerber he showed their credentials. Absolutely erratically on the backhand side without the spark of other days saw the momentum and tireless Cibulkova hammering it took the lead and seized the first set 6-3. In the second set again the player only 1.61 meters tall takes charge. When they came close typical nerves in a player inexperienced in these conflicts and Kerber break but recovered immediately and showed greater amended Cibulkova ambition to end up winning 6-4 in 86 minutes, which also becomes the most important title obtained by any Slovak tennis player in history.

Mark GreeneUncategorized
Slovakia’s Dominika Cibulkova proclaimed Sunday Master of the WTA unexpectedly winning the final to world number one, Germany’s Angelique Kerber in straight sets. Kerber had been unbeaten in the tournament dropping just one set - just in the first round of the Round Robin at his executioner in the final...