Garcia wins Poland Open, claims 9th WTA title

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WARSAW, Poland — Fifth-seeded Caroline Garcia defeated Ana Bogdan 6-4, 6-1 on Sunday to win the Poland Open for her ninth WTA title.

It’s the second trophy of the year for Garcia, along with one at the grass-court Bad Homburg Open, which was her first title in three years.

The French player could rely more on her serve in her 12th career final. Garcia won 72% of her first-service points, compared to 47% by Bogdan, who was playing in her first final.

The former fourth-ranked Garcia has won 18 of her past 21 matches.

In Warsaw, she upset top-ranked Iga Swiatek in the quarterfinals, ending her clay-court winning streak at 18 matches.

With the victory, Garcia improved to 2-0 against her Romanian opponent.

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