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won her third straight Porsche
Grand Prix title yesterday by
coming from behind to defeat Ana
Ivanovic 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 in the final.
Sharapova won her first tour-
nament of the year and clinched
the 30th title of her career. She is
now undefeated in 13 consecutive
matches on the indoor clay in
Ivanovic wasted a 3-1 lead in
the second set as Sharapova raised
her game to stay in the high-qual-
ity match between two former top-
ranked players and French Open
champions. Ivanovic was seeking
her third title of the year.
"I just tried to hang in there,"
Sharapova said. "For the first half
of the match I thought it might
not be my day today, but somehow
I turned it around."
Ivanovic got off to a flying a
start and won the first five games
of the match before Sharapova
Ivanovic wasted a set point and
could not serve out the set at her
first attempt. She gifted Sharapova
another game with a double-fault
but finally pulled together to win
the first set.
Sharapova had trouble reading
Ivanovic s varied game and change
of pace. But she held on as Ivanovic
began to lose her focus.
"From the first moment it was
always a close match," Ivanovic
said. "It was always a few close
balls to decide each game, and it
went on the whole match. In the
second set she definitely went for
those big shots, though, and she
made some amazing points.
"She s just a great player, and
that s what happens when you play
against great players in big matches
like this. You need to use your
Sharapova returned late last year
after missing four months follow-
ing shoulder surgery.
"It was a very tough year for
me," she said.
Stuttgart is the only tournament
Sharapova has won three times.
Nishikori of Japan beat
Colombia s Santiago
Giraldo 6-2, 6-2 to win
the Barcelona Open yes-
terday for his first career
title on clay.
Giraldo started well
with an early break but
an argument with the
chair umpire about a line
call seemed to rattle the
unseeded player. Shortly
afterward, Giraldo failed
to reach Nishikori s drop
shot before hitting a
costly double-fault to
cede back his serve.
Nishikori went on to win
eight straight games to
claim the first set and
take control of the match.
He ended up converting
five of seven break
chances while Giraldo
committed five double
Nishikori said he hopes
his maiden win on clay
will carry over to upcom-
ing tournaments and the
"This title and (my
showing in) Miami
helped my confidence,
especially this week on
clay," said Nishikori.
"There are three big tour-
naments coming up in
Madrid, Rome and
Roland Garros so I hope
I can do well and increase
my (ranking) points. My
next goal is to get to the
It was Nishikori s fifth
career title on all surfaces
and his second of the
year. This is the first time
a non-Spaniard has won
the tournament at the
Real Club de Tenis since
Rafael Nadal won the
tournament eight times
during that period.
Nishikori is coached by
former French Open
winner Michael Chang
and Dante Bottini.
"I was good on clay
when I was little,"
"I was winning all the
European juniors events.
Now it s much tougher
than hard courts and I
was struggling a bit, but
I ve been playing well
these past couple years
so there s no fear to play
Nishikori beats Giraldo
to win Barcelona Open
Russia's Maria Sharapova returns the ball to Serbia's Ana Ivanovic during their final match
at the Porsche tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany, yesterday. AP PHOTO
it three in Stuttgart
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