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Serena Williams won her 47th career singles title by dismissing Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2, 6-1 to win the Brisbane International.
The unseeded Russian stayed with Williams for the first four games before the World No.3 stepped up a gear and powered through seven straight games to take command.
The Wimbledon, US Open and Olympic champion broke again in the sixth game of the second set and sealed victory after just 51 minutes with an angled backhand winner crosscourt.
Stat Attack – Williams
Stat Attack – Pavlyuchenkova
US Open and Olympic champion Andy Murray successfully defended his Brisbane International title with a 7-6(0), 6-4 victory over rising star Grigor Dimitrov.
The unseeded Bulgarian, in his first ATP singles final, got off to the better start and broke when Murray netted a smash in the second game. Dimitrov opened a 5-2 lead before the top seeded Briton fought back.
The British No.1 saved a set point at 5-6 before sweeping through the subsequent tie-break without the loss of a point.
Murray came from a break down in the second set to complete a straight sets win for his 25th ATP World Tour singles title.
Stat Attack – Murray
Stat Attack – Dimitrov
Richard Gasquet won the Qatar ExxonMobil Open in Doha with a determined fight back in the final to see off Nikolay Davydenko 3-6, 7-6(4), 6-3.
Former World No.3 Davydenko had upset World No.5 David Ferrer in the semi-finals and reproduced that form in the final to open up a 6-3, 4-2 lead. When the 31 year-old Russian held two further break points in the seventh game he appeared on the verge of victory.
However Gasquet crucially held and broke back in the eighth game. The set went to a tie-break which Gasquet took with an emphatic smash to level the match.
The second seeded Frenchman broke twice in the decider clinching the win after two and a half hours when Davydenko netted a final backhand.
Stat Attack – Gasquet
Stat Attack – Davydenko
Agnieszka Radwanska was victorious at the ASB Classic in Auckland after a 6-4, 6-4 win over Yanina Wickmayer 6-4, 6-4
The top seeded World No.4 did not drop a set all week and, despite dropping serve once in each set in the final, saw off her Belgian opponent in straight sets to take her 11th WTA singles crown.
Stat Attack – Radwanska
Stat Attack – Wickmayer
Li Na claimed the inaugural Shenzhen Longgang Gemdale Open title with a battling 6-3, 1-6, 7-5 victory over Klara Zakopalova.
Having split the first two sets World No.7 Li opened a 5-2 lead in the decider. However Zakopalova fought back to level proceedings at 5-5 before the Chinese No.1 took the final two games to take her seventh WTA title after two hours and four minutes.
Stat Attack – Li
Stat Attack – Zakopalova
2012 finalist Janko Tipsarevic went one better at the Aircel Chennai Open 2013 with a 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 defeat of surprise finalist Roberto Bautista Agut to take the title.
Unseeded Bautista Agut stunned top seed Tomas Berdych in the quarter finals and began his first career final by opening an early 3-0 lead en route to taking the first set.
World No.9 Tipsarevic drew on his experience to turn the match around and win his fourth ATP World Tour title after an hour and 50 minutes.
Stat Attack – Tipsarevic
Stat Attack – Bautista Agut
10 – Rafael Nadal
No.1 (15) Murray (Brisbane, Queen's Club), Ferrer (Auckland, Buenos Aires), Djokovic (AUSTRALIAN OPEN, Dubai, Monte Carlo, Beijing, Shanghai), Cilic (Zagreb), Nadal (Sao Paulo), Raonic (San Jose), Isner (Atlanta), Del Potro (Washington, Tokyo, Basel), Gasquet (Moscow)No.2 (13) Gasquet (Doha), Tipsarevic (Chennai), Del Potro (Rotterdam), Nadal (Acapulco, Barcelona, US OPEN), Murray (Miami, WIMBLEDON), Wawrinka (Oeiras), Federer (Halle), Simon (Metz), Haas (Vienna), Djokovic (Paris, ATP World Tour Finals)No.3 (6) Gasquet (Montpellier), Tsonga (Marseille), Haas (Munich), Monaco (Dusseldorf), Nadal (ROLAND GARROS), Raonic (Bangkok)No.4 (2) Nadal (Montreal, Cincinnati)No.5 (7) Nishikori (Memphis), Nadal (Indian Wells, Madrid, Rome), Isner (Houston), Fognini (Stuttgart), Robredo (Umag)No.6 (2) Youzhny (Gstaad), Gulbis (St.Petersburg)No.7 (1) Dimitrov (Stockholm)No.8 (1) Granollers (Kitzbuhel)No.9 (1) Melzer (Winston-Salem)No.12 (1) Fognini (Hamburg)Unseeded (11) Tomic (Sydney), Zeballos (Vina Del Mar), Robredo (Casablanca), Rosol (Bucharest), Montanes (Nice), Lopez (Eastbourne), Mahut (Newport), Berlocq (Bastad), Sousa (Kuala Lumpar), Youzhny (Valencia)Qualifier (2) Gulbis (Delray Beach), Mahut ('s-Hertogenbosch), Karlovic (Bogota)
240 - Mahut ('s-Hertogenbosch)
25 – Nadal (Acapulco)
83 – Gulbis (Delray Beach)*inc qualifying
24 - Djokovic
75 – Nadal
969 - John Isner
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)3 - Fognini bt Delbonis 4-6, 7-6(8), 6-2(Hamburg F, 3 mp second set tie-break)3 - Youzhny bt Monaco 5-7, 6-4, 7-6(7)(Gstaad QF, 3 mp third set tie-break)2 - Isner bt Anderson 6-7(3), 7-6(2), 7-6(2)(Atlanta F, 2 mp 5-6 third set)1 - Murray bt Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7-6(1)(Miami F, 1mp 5-6 third set)1 - Sousa bt Benneteau 2-6, 7-5, 6-4(Kuala Lumpar F, 1 mp 4-5 second set)
Tomic (Sydney) 20 years, 2 months and 22 days
Haas (Munich) 35 years, 6 months & 17 days
11 - Serena Williams
No.1 (22) Li (Shenzhen), Radwanska (Auckland, Sydney, Seoul), Azarenka (AUSTRALIAN OPEN, Doha), Jankovic (Bogata), Errani (Acapulco), S.Williams (Miami, Charleston, Madrid, Rome, ROLAND GARROS, Bastad, Toronto, US OPEN, Beijing, Istanbul), Sharapova (Stuttgart), Jovanovski* (Tashkent), Kerber (Linz), Wozniacki (Luxembourg), Halep (Sofia)No.2 (5) Kirilenko (Pattaya City), Sharapova (Indian Wells), Vinci (Katowice, Palermo), Azarenka (Cincinnati)No.3 (7) S.Williams (Brisbane), Pavlyuchenkova (Oeiras), Cornet (Strasbourg), Halep (Budapest), Cibulkova (Stanford), Safarova (Quebec City), Stosur (Osaka)No.5 (3) Pavlyuchenkova (Monterrey), Stosur (Carlsbad), Halep (Moscow)No.6 (2) Kvitova (Dubai), Schiavone (Marrakech)No.7 (4) Halep (Nürnberg), Svitolina (Baku), Rybarikova (Washington), Kvitova (Tokyo)No.15 (1) Bartoli (WIMBLEDON)Unseeded (12) Vesnina (Hobart), Barthel (Paris Indoors), Erakovic (Memphis), Niculescu (Florianopolis), Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar), Kanepi (Brussels), Hantuchova (Birmingham), Vesnina (Eastbourne), Halep ('s-Hertogenbosch, New Haven), Meusburger (Bad Gastein), Zhang (Ghangzhou)(*Jovanovski was also a qualifier)
127 – Pliskova (Kuala Lumpar)
14 – S.Williams (Rome)
69 – Hantuchova (Birmingham)
34 – S.Williams
78 – S.Williams
480 - 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 seventeen 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)
Svitolina (Baku) 18 yrs, 10 months & 16 days
Schiavone (Marrakech) 32 yrs, 10 months & 5 days
Statistics sourced with the help of the ATP and WTA.