The german Lisa Ponomar Yesterday, he was champion of the Cantanhede Ladies Open, in a final with a lot of public and very well disputed.
Ponomar, who played in the third final of his career at age 22, having won his first title in 2017 in De Haan, Belgium, and missed out on last year's Sandefjord final in Norway, determined and required only 27 minutes to close the first set (6-1).
This moment seems to have awakened Karolina Berankova, with the young Czech of only 19 years old, who disputed his first final, to enter more in the court, to manage to dominate the points and to complicate the life to Ponomar that thought to have controlled final – 6-4 was the result of the second set, with Berankova equaling the scorer and taking the decision for a third match.
There, Ponomar's experience was decisive, with the German getting the break in the opening game and again in the fourth game, going forward 3-1.
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