Petrova beats Radwanska and Champion in Tokyo

Petrova beats Radwanska and Champion in Tokyo
Tokyo - Nadia Petrova add a collection of his title in this year to two after winning the Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo, Japan. In the final she beat third seed Agnieszka Radwanska.

In the match that ended Saturday (29/09/2012) evening local time, Petrova overcome an opponent who is the defending champion with a 6-0 1-6 6-3.

"The first set and the third was perfect my game," said the winner after the game, told Reuters.

"It's the biggest tournament I won ever. I never expected. Feels great," added the 30-year-old Russian.

This title became the second Petrova won this year, bringing the total collection to 12. He also confirmed up the rankings from 18 to 14, plus receive a cash prize of 385 thousand dollars, or approximately USD 3.6 billion.

Radwanska, who was almost in tears in his remarks after the game, making two double-faults in a row in the eighth game of the third set was harming her.

"I'm upset," he said, which also had slammed his racket after falling behind 3-5 in the final set. "It's always emotional when playing in the final. It's a strange game, like a rollercoaster. That women's tennis. You never know what will happen until you fight until the end."

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