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Hsieh Su-Wei by Getty Images
Hsieh Su-Wei edged past British No.1 Laura Robson 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 to win the GRC Bank Guangzhou International Women’s Open in China.
Hsieh recovered from an early break down to dominate the early stages of the match with her unorthodox game and built a 6-3, 5-3 lead.
However 18 year-old Robson, playing in her first WTA final, produced a superb fight back. The Briton staved off five match points serving at 3-5 and then broke Hsieh as she served for the match.
Robson maintained the momentum to take the set and open a 3-0 lead in the decider. 26 year-old Hsieh steadied herself and a run of five games put her back in the driving seat.
Serving for the match a second set at 5-4 Hsieh converted her sixth match point when Robson’s backhand landed just wide.
The two hour and 48 minute victory gives Hsieh a second WTA title of 2012. Read about Hsieh's title run in Kuala Lumpar here
Stat Attack – Hsieh
Stat Attack – Robson
World No.7 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga raced past Italy’s Andreas Seppi 6-1, 6-2 to defend his title at the Moselle Open in Metz.
The top seeded Frenchman produced a dominant display as he dropped just six points on serve and converted four of six break point opportunities on the Seppi serve.
Tsonga sealed victory after just 50 minutes for his ninth career singles title, and second of 2012 after lifting the Doha title in January. Read about Tsonga's victory in Doha here
Stat Attack – Tsonga
Stat Attack – Seppi
Slovakia’s Martin Klizan defeated Fabio Fognini 6-2, 6-3 to win the St.Petersburg Open for the first ATP World Tour title of his career.
Third seeded Klizan, who survived a marathon semi-final against Mikhail Youzhny, raced into a 4-0 lead against No.4 seed Fognini before taking the first set comfortably.
A tighter second set followed but Klizan reeled off the final three games to clinch victory after 69 minutes.
Stat Attack – Klizan
Stat Attack – Fognini
Former World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki won her first WTA title for thirteen months with a crushing 6-1, 6-0 win over Kaia Kanepi to win the KDB Korea Open in Seoul.
Estonian Kanepi had defeated in their last meeting at Roland Garros but found Wozniacki in strong form in the Korean capital.
The top seeded Dane roared into a 4-0 lead in the first set before Kanepi won her lone game of the match.
Wozniacki raced through the second set to lift her 19th career singles title after 69 minutes of play.
Stat Attack – Wozniacki
Stat Attack – Kanepi
7 – Nadal
No.1 (10) Murray (Brisbane, Queen's Club), Ferrer (Auckland, Buenos Aires), Djokovic (Australian Open, Dubai, Monte Carlo), Cilic (Zagreb), Nadal (Sao Paulo), Raonic (San Jose)No.2 (7) Gasquet (Doha), Tipsarevic (Chennai), Del Potro (Rotterdam), Nadal (Acapulco, Barcelona), Murray (Miami), Wawrinka (Oeiras), Federer (Halle)No.3 (5) Gasquet (Montpellier), Tsonga (Marseille), Haas (Munich), Monaco (Dusseldorf), Nadal (Roland Garros)No.5 (5) Nishikori (Memphis), Nadal (Indian Wells, Madrid, Rome), Isner (Houston)Unseeded (5) Tomic (Sydney), Zeballos (Vina Del Mar), Robredo (Casablanca), Rosol (Bucharest), Montanes (Nice)Qualifier (1) Gulbis (Delray Beach)
109 - Gulbis (Delray Beach)
25 – Nadal (Acapulco)
83 – Gulbis (Delray Beach)*inc qualifying
22 – Nadal
43 – Nadal
386 - Nicolas Almagro
66 – French Open 3rd round Haas bt Isner 7-5, 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-7(10), 10-8
12 games - 6-0, 6-0 on three occasions
5 – Tsonga bt Tomic 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(10)(Marseille 2nd round)1 – Tsonga bt Berdych 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-4(Marseille F, 1 mp 5-6 second set tie-break)1 - Murray bt Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1)(Miami Final, 1mp 5-6 third set)
Tomic (Sydney) 20 years, 2 months and 22 days
Haas (Munich) 35 years, 1 month & 2 days
6 - S.Williams
No.1 (13) Li (Shenzhen), Radwanska (Auckland, Sydney), Azarenka (Australian Open, Doha), Jankovic (Bogata), Errani (Acapulco), S.Williams (Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros), Sharapova (Stuttgart)No.2 (3) Kirilenko (Pattaya City), Sharapova (Indian Wells), Vinci (Katowice)No.3 (3) S.Williams (Brisbane), Pavlyuchenkova (Oeiras), Cornet (Strasbourg)No.5 (1) Pavlyuchenkova (Monterrey)No.6 (2) Kvitova (Dubai), Schiavone (Marrakech)No.7 (1) Halep (Nürnberg)Unseeded (7) Vesnina (Hobart), Barthel (Paris Indoors), Erakovic (Memphis), Niculescu (Florianopolis), Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar), Kanepi (Brussels), Hantuchova (Birmingham)
127 – Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar)
14 – S.Williams (Rome)
69 – Hantuchova (Birmingham)
31 – S.Williams
43 – S.Williams
268 - S.Williams
43 – Australian Open 1st round - Cornet bt Erakovic 7-5, 6-7(3), 10-8 Australian Open 1st round - Muguruza bt Rybarikova 4-6, 6-1, 14-12
12 games - 6-0, 6-0 on nine occasions
1 – Erakovic bt Beck 4-6, 7-6(6), 6-4(Memphis 1st round, 1 mp 5-6 second set tie-break)3 - Niculescu bt Medina Garrigues 5-7, 7-6(7), 6-1(Florianopolis 1st round, 3 mps 3-6 second set tie-break)
Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar) 20 yrs, 11 months & 11 days
Schiavone (Marrakech) 32 yrs, 10 months & 5 days
Statistics sourced with the help of the ATP and WTA.