Tamarine Tanasugarn wins Ordina Open title


Unseeded Tamarine Tanasugarn and unseeded Yanina Wickmayer, with a 13-year age gap between them, competed in the Ordina Open final and the 32-year-old Tanasugarn won the match 6-3 7-5.

The world No. 42 Tanasugarn has won her second straight Ordina Open title, and her third career title. Last year in the Ordina Open final the Thai beat present-day No.1 Dinara Safina, whom she defeated 7-5 7-5 in the semifinals this year and scored her first win over a reigning world No.1.

Tanasugarn has earned $37,000 by winning the grasscourt tournament, while Wickmayer received $19,000.

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  1. Yay, congratulations to Tammy my countrywoman! Hope she does well at Wimbledon. Unfortunately her compatriot who is a junior Grand Slam champion lost in the qualifying round despite receiving a wild card into the qualifies. Why can’t see receive a wild card into the main draw like Laura Robson? Guess because she’s not British. 😛

  2. Congratulations Tammy for your 3rd WTA title at 32!!! Wow! You showed us that age doesn’t matter. Superb indeed 🙂

  3. Last year Safina said: “(Tanasugarn) plays very different, she has some unbelievable angles and just made me go crazy in the mind.”

    With this year’s victory, it seems Tammy has reached tennis jedi-hood!


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