He just doesn’t lose in the finals. Sixteen-year-old tennis player Brenda Fruhvirtová won the fourteenth final in a row on the ITF circuit. Of these, she collected six titles this year. She added the last one on Sunday in Heraklion, Greece, at a tournament in the W40 category. In the final, she allowed only four games to former world number eight Ekaterina Makarova from Russia.
The Czech tennis player fulfilled the role of the number one seed in Greece, spending only an hour and 11 minutes on the court against the number two of the tournament, the thirty-five-year-old veteran, and won 6:1 and 6:3. Thanks to the gain of 70 points in the ranking, she should improve to the 118th place in the ranking.
She already had a great start to adult tennis last year when she won eight trophies from ITF events, and now she has added six more. Due to the age limit, he cannot yet play the full number of adult tournaments.
This year, she has already played major tournaments in Miami, Madrid and the French Open in Paris, but she is still waiting for her first WTA match win.
ITF tennis tournament in Heraklion (clay, $40,000 subsidy):
Singles – Final:
B. Fruhvirtová (1-CR) – Makarova (2-Russia) 6:1, 6:3.
Brenda Fruhvirtová also won the fourteenth final on the ITF circuit.