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TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN – Kristyna Pliskova won her first WTA International title here, having won the WTA $125k the week before last year – can she continue to kick on?

 

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Tournament Fast Facts

Level WTA International
Surface Hard (O)
Singles Draw 32
Doubles Draw 16
Prize Money $226,750
Top seeds Kristyna Pliskova [1]

Timea Babos [2]

Tatjana Maria [3]

Irina-Camelia Begu [4]

Marketa Vondrousova [5]

Aleksandra Krunic [6]

Nao Hibino [7]

Ekaterina Alexandrova [8]

Top Half Kristyna Pliskova [1]

Nao Hibino [7]

Irina-Camelia Begu [4]

Aleksandra Krunic [6]

Bottom Half Ekaterina Alesnadrova [8]

Tatjana Maria [3]

Marketa Vondrousova [5]

Timea Babos [2]

 

Draw & Results

Tournament Website
Order of Play
Singles
Doubles
Qualifying

 

[1] Kristyna Pliskova

While her twin is playing in Wuhan, the other Pliskova returns to defend her title in Tashkent. Last year it marked a spur of solid performances at the end of the year, first winning the WTA $125k in Dalian and backing it up with a tour level title here in Tashkent.

Her forays in Tokyo (international) and Seoul were both pretty short-lived so she will be hoping that a return to Europe will reap better rewards.

 

[2] Timea Babos

Babos started the post US Open swing well with a run to the final in Quebec City, but has only played here once before in 2013, and did not make it past the first round.

 

[3] Tatjana Maria

With a fair mix of ITF and tour level events, the German makes her debut in Tashkent, looking for a few wins after making the semi-finals in Quebec. And she has not had back to back wins in a main draw since winning the title in Bucharest in July.

 

[4] Irina-Camelia Begu

It has been a bit of a backwards slide for the Romanian since hitting a career high last year of No. 22. Her best results this year have been on the clay

The Tashkent Open takes place between 25-30 September.


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