INDIAN WELLS – Spanish tennis player Paula Bados won the singles at the prestigious WTA Championships in Indian Wells. In the final, 22-time champion Victoria Azarenka beat Belarusian champion Victoria Azarenka twice after a three-hour battle of 7:6 (5), 2:6, 7:6 (2).
Bados enjoyed winning the title on the event’s first launch in the California desert. The Spaniard did not lose even a hundred until the last duel and in the decisive duo blocked Azarenka’s path to history. No player has won three women’s singles titles at Indian Wells, and Slovakian Daniela Hantuchova won the tournament in 2007 and 2002.
“Every time I wake up in the morning, I dream of winning a title at such a prestigious tournament. Victory in Indian Wells is a wonderful reward for hard work for me. For 15 years, I have seen Vika Azarenka hold a valuable Australian Open for the Grand Slam, and I thought I wanted to To be like her and achieve great success.My dream came true. Padusova, who won the WTA Championships in Belgrade this year, told accredited media.
Women’s singles final:
Paula Padusova (Sp.-21) – Victoria Azarenkova (Biel.-27) 7:6 (5), 2:6, 7:6 (2)
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