Ashleigh Barty had 15 aces and became the 33 th different player to win the title, how many ATP and WTA tournaments this year when she beat karolína plíšková 7-6, 6-3 on Saturday in Miami Open final.
22-year-old Australian, selected 12, won his fourth title and the biggest in her car & # 39; EASURES. She improved to 18-3 this year and will increase next week car & # 39; EASURES high No9 ranking, the first Australian woman since 2013 to reach the top 10 in the world.
Barty won with dominance and serve a wide variety of shots from the baseline, repeatedly extending rallies protection scrambling. It was broken only once and won 32 of 37 first-serve points.
She became the champion in the fifth Miami Open women in the past five years, and the 14th winner of the WTA in 2019.
Roger Federer could become the first tennis champion again this year, when he plays John Isner in the men's final on Sunday. Federer won in Dubai earlier this month.
Barty won the rally in 14-stroke with an exquisite backhand drop shot to go ahead 2-1 in the first set tie-break and was ahead of the rest of the way. She survived Pliskova a 20-point game to burst at the beginning of the second set, gave three consecutive aces for a 3-1 lead, and won eight of the final nine points.
Czech was understandably tired after her semi-final victory over Halep finished after 1am on Saturday due to a rain delay.
Among the most acrobatic shots Barty was jumping head struck the winner while the back up in the pursuit of the ball. And her serve was superior even if Pliskova with & # 39 is 8in above 6 feet 1 inch.
Barty won the Wimbledon girls' title in 2011 at age 15, but gave up tennis to play professional cricket in Brisbane. She returned to the tour in 2016 and reached his first Grand Slam quarter-finals in this year's Australian Open.