Julia Gorgias defended the title of the singles title at the ASB Classic at the WTA Tour, beat Canadian qualifier Bianca Andreascu 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 in Sunday's final.
First, 18-year-old Andreascu, 152, wanted to continue the form that he should have expected to continue the form of the Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki, seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams and third seed Hissah Su-Wei in the first round of the qualifying tournament.
She took the first set in just 30 minutes, with the same aggressive return game unsettling the second-ranked gorges and mixing strokes that failed her opponent earlier.
But the recruitment of the match was changed in the second set, because Gorges started working in the first game and pushing Andrewscu on the defensive, to get more depth with his ground strokes.
In the 11th game, Georges won the second set in 45 minutes, after which he made a third set in 23 minutes, and Andreascu was tired of the tournament in the eighth game. She broke AndyScun's first, fifth and seventh games to win the seventh WTA Tour singles title.
Gorges said, "This meant a lot." "I do not know what to say right now because Bianca has given me a hard time today, he has played some terrible tennis, different from many touring players and I am sure we are going to hear a lot of her."