WTA Tour: Julia Georges claims career-best win at WTA Elite Trophy

Julia Goerges of Germany holds her trophy after defeating Daria Kasatkina of Russian Federation the Kremlin Cup women's singles final in Moscow October 21, 2017.

"I can't imagine a better ending to the season, two titles in two weeks. this is the biggest one", she said after receiving the trophy.

Vandeweghe got off to an unstoppable start by leading 5-3, but from the ninth game her form began to dip, and then irretrievably fell apart, reports Xinhua news agency.

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She has won nine matches in a row.

The writing looked to be on the wall with Goerges trailing 2-5 in the first set, Vandeweghe in the same imperious form that saw her dismiss Australia's Ashleigh Barty in Saturday's semi-final. "I'm looking forward to next year".

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In a 40-minute opening set, Sevastova was forced to dig into her bag of tricks just to keep in touch with her soaring opponent.

Benneteau, who benefited from a wildcard entry, was broken twice in the second set, each time serving a double fault on break point as Sock cantered to victory.

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Hossler birdied the par-4 15th and 18th holes for his bogey-free 5-under 66, the best round of the day in the hard conditions. He began the third round T6 on 5-under, six back of Spaun.

While the 29-year-old German raised her arms to celebrate her win, Vandeweghe, who hurled her racket, yelled and struck the ball onto the stands during the match, hugged her coach weeping. Goerges stormed to victory at the WTA Elite Trophy today. "I think a lot of it is determined on her drive and if that is what she wants to do". Williams told Vogue magazine in August about her "outrageous plan" to defend her title in Australia, where the year's first grand slam will be played from January 15-28. "I'm just a little bit disappointed by how flat I came out for a final".

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