Caroline Garcia defeated Anna Bogdan in Sunday’s final to win the Polish Open title. The French needed 81 minutes to win 6-4, 6-1. Garcia, who finished tied for 5th, had 72% wins, while the Romanian had 47% and 54% for second place and 56% for her opponent’s second comeback.
Garcia converted five of seven break points on Bogdan’s serve and saved three of the five break points she faced. In the game, Garcia finished with 63 points, 21 points ahead of Bogdan’s 42.
Polish Open: Undefeated Caroline Garcia
Garcia won two titles this season after going winless for more than three years.
This year her debut came at the Bad Homburg Open before Wimbledon. Overall, it was the 28-year-old’s ninth career title. This week for former no. 4 In the world, the one who banished the world no.
1 Iga Swiatek in the last-eight. Losers ended her most popular pole tournament in the event played in her hometown – 18 clays on clay. In fact, her match against Switek was the only match in which Garcia lost a set.
Following her win at the Polish Open, Caroline Garcia will gain 13 points in the WTA rankings on Monday, August 1 and move into 32nd place. Meanwhile, Anna Bogdan, who made her first career WTA finals, climbs 33 places to finish 59th.
Coincidentally, in 2018, Bogdan reached a career high of 59th. Entering this week’s event, the 29-year-old was ranked 108th in the world. Photo credit: Open Poland Twitter