2011 Tokyo Pan Pacific WTA Singles Results


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Toray Pan Pacific Open, Tokyo, JPN
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n1 Caroline Wozniacki DEN
n2 Maria Sharapova RUS
n3 Victoria Azarenka BLR
n4 Vera Zvonareva RUS
n6 Petra Kvitova CZE
n7 Samantha Stosur AUS
n10 Marion Bartoli FRA
n12 Jelena Jankovic SRB
n13 Agnieszka Radwanska POL
n15 Shuai Peng CHN
n16 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS
n20 Ana Ivanovic SRB
n21 Julia Goerges GER

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#4 Vera Zvonareva
5' 7¾" 130½lb RH 2H-BH

#13 Agnieszka Radwanska
5'7" 139lb RH 2H-BH

    On Saturday in Tokyo, in the final of the Toray Pan Pacific Open, this year's champ at San Diego (Carlsbad), 22 year old 9th seeded #13 (career high: #8) Agnieszka Radwanska from Krakow, Poland, defeated this year's champion at Doha (and the 2010 US Open & Wimbledon finalist), 27 year old 4th seeded #4 (career high: #2) Vera Zvonareva from Moscow, Russia, 6-3, 6-2 (Vera is shown during the match, Agnieszka is shown with the ceramicware afterward).

    Agnieszka's prize is $360,000; Vera's prize is $180,000.

    Vera won the first two games of the match, and had a point to go to 3-0. Agnieszka said: "I was a little bit nervous at the start, but I woke up after those first two games. I had some tough matches this week—and I was playing without a bye, so I had a lot of matches in a row—but I just kept trying my best. It was the finals so I tried not to think about it and fight until the end.

    "I'm very, very happy to win this tournament. All of the top players were playing here, and I played some good tennis to beat them." WTA story

    Vera said: "Obviously I'm disappointed I couldn't come away with the title today. I started well and broke her, but after that I don't know what happened to me.

    "I've played with Agnieszka a lot and know how she plays, and if I played to my usual standard I could have won, but I just couldn't today. It happens. I'll take my lessons from this match then hope to forget it as soon as possible."

    Agnieszka now leads Vera 3-2 in career matches, and has won their last three meetings. They met twice earlier this both times on Deco-Turf hardcourts: in the final at San Diego (Carlsbad), Aga defeated Vera 6-3, 6-4, and in the 3rd round at Toronto, Aga won again, 6-4, 7-6(4).

    Agnieszka is now 6-2 in WTA singles finals. She won this year at San Diego, reached the San Diego final last year, and the Beijing final in 2009. Agnieszka has a 40-15 singles match record in 2011.

    Vera is now 12-18 in WTA singles finals; she won this year at Baku and Doha, and last year won at Pattaya City and reached the finals at Wimbledon, Flushing Meadows, Beijing, Montreal, and Charleston. Vera's 2011 singles match record is 53-17.


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Tokyo: The main draw for Tokyo has 16 seeds, with 8 1st-round byes. There are 8 qualifiers in the main draw.
    Qualifying (2 rounds) starts on Friday, qualifying finals are on Saturday.

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The Toray Pan Pacific Open was previously held in February, indoors at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. However, rescheduling of the Fed Cup 1st round resulted in moving the tourney to September, and the venue was changed to the Ariake Tennis Forest Park, the same place where the AIG Japan Open was held for years. The Japan Open has now been moved to Osaka.

Toray Pan Pacific Open venue address: Ariake Tennis Forest Park, 2-2-22 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Although this is an outdoor event, the Center Court stadium has a retractable roof, which is closed in foul weather.
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2011: On Friday, September 23 in Tokyo, Ana Ivanovic did a photo shoot for Yonex, and Vera Zvonareva and other players met the media at the Pan Pacific Open player reception... On Sunday, Victoria Azarenka, 2005 & 2009 Pan Pacific Open champ Maria Sharapova, 2010 champ Caroline Wozniacki, 2009 finalist Jelena Jankovic were again amused by reporters at the All Access Hour...
Tokyo Pan Pacific, 1st Rd, Sun-Mon 11am, 10:30am Sun WTA story
loser's prize: $5,500 US; points: 1
Monday: rain delays (except Center Court)
n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d n111 wc Misaki Doi JPN 6-1, 6-1 Sun

Agnieszka and Misaki driving forehands

n15 s10 Shuai Peng CHN d n117 q Jill Craybas USA 6-2, 6-0 ppd-Tue
n16 s11 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS d n79 Arantxa Rus NED 6-4, 6-3 Sun
n20 s12 Ana Ivanovic SRB d n125 q Anastasia Rodionova AUS 6-4, 6-0 Mon

Ana reaching for a backhand, Anastasia smashing a forehand, Ana serving, and after winning a point

n21 s13 Julia Goerges GER d n64 Pauline Parmentier FRA 6-3, 6-4 Mon
n22 s14 Dominika Cibulkova SVK d n72 M Rybarikova SVK 2-6, 6-3, 6-0 ppd-Tue
*n46 Kaia Kanepi EST d n23 s15 Flavia Pennetta ITA 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 Sun

Kaia and Flavia following forehand and backhand

n26 s16 Shahar Peer ISR d n210 wc Kristyna Pliskova 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 CZE Sun
n28 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n126 q Erika Sema JPN 6-1, 6-0 Mon
*n95 Tamarine Tanasugarn THA d n31 Petra Cetkovska CZE 6-4, 6-4 Sun
n33 q Angelique Kerber GER d n56 Bojana Jovanovski SRB 6-1, 6-0 Sun
n34 Jarmila Gajdosova AUS d n48 Rebecca Marino CAN 1-6, 6-2, 7-5 Mon
n38 Irina-Camelia Begu ROU d n189 q Karolina Pliskova CZE 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 Sun
n43 Klara Zakopalova CZE d n105 q Urszula Radwanska POL 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 Mon
n44 Ayumi Morita JPN d n75 Irina Falconi USA 7-5, 6-1 Sun

Ayumi serving, Irina following a forehand, Ayumi driving a backhand, and after match point

n47 Tsvetana Pironkova BUL d n66 Gisela Dulko ARG 7-6(2), 6-1 Tue
n49 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova CZE d n77 Anastasija Sevastova LAT 7-6(2), 4-1 retired—right hip injury Sun

    Barbora said: "I was nervous before the match because I won a title and thought maybe I've played too many matches. The first set was such a battle—I think we were both nervous. But I'm happy to win. I feel bad because [Anastasija] had to retire, but I'm happy because I wasn't playing too badly...
    "I love being in Japan,. They care so much about us here and it's such a nice tournament."

n51 Christina McHale USA d n54 Tamira Paszek AUT 7-6(1), 6-3 ppd-Tue
*n146 Laura Robson GBR d n53 Alexandra Dulgheru ROU 6-2, 6-2 Sun

Laura driving a forehand

    Laura said: "I feel like I justified my wildcard a little bit. I've been working really hard the last few months, especially on my fitness and my consistency. I'm glad it's all coming together. I'm really looking forward to my next match...
    "I love Tokyo. We went sightseeing the other night and it's an amazing city. All the fans are great and I'm really excited to be playing here."

n57 Iveta Benesova CZE d n68 Anastasiya Yakimova BLR 6-2, 6-4 ppd-Tue
*n166 q Mandy Minella LUX d n61 Kimiko Date-Krumm JPN 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 Mon

1995 Tokyo PPO champ Kimiko (who turns 41 on Wednesday) and Mandy driving forehands

n67 Greta Arn HUN d n81 Sofia Arvidsson SWE 7-5, 6-3 Sun
*n101 q Coco Vandeweghe USA d n83 Jie Zheng CHN 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-2 ppd-Tue
n98 Vania King USA d n123 Shuai Zhang CHN 6-1, 6-0 Mon

Tokyo Pan Pacific, 2nd Rd, Mon-Tue 11am Tue WTA story
losers' prize: $10,575 US; points: 70
n1 s1 Caroline Wozniacki DEN d n34 Jarmila Gajdosova AUS 6-1, 6(4)-7, 6-3 Tue

Caroline watching her serve fly, Jarmila driving a backhand, and Caro's forehand drive

n2 s2 Maria Sharapova RUS d n95 Tamarine Tanasugarn THA 6-2, 7-5 Mon

Maria driving a forehand, and Tammy and Maria driving backhands

    Maria put 70% of her 1st serves in the box, and fired 7 aces with 4 double faults (Tammy: 67%, 3 aces, 4 DFs). Maria converted 5 of the 6 break points she reached against Tammy; Tammy scored on 2 of her 5 break points against Maria.

    After winning the 1st set, Maria took a 3-0 lead in the 2nd. Then Tammy won 5 of the next 7 games.

    Maria said: "I served really well today. It was important for me to serve well because [Tammy] reads the ball really well. I had a bit of letdown in the second set. She started playing really well. I was glad I was able to come back and win it in two sets." AP story

n3 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR d n38 Irina-Camelia Begu ROU 6-1, 6-3 Tue

Victoria and Irina-Camelia driving forehands, and Vika's backhand drive

n4 s4 Vera Zvonareva RUS d n47 Tsvetana Pironkova BUL 7-5, 6-0 Tue

Tsvetana and Vera driving forehands

n6 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d n166 q Mandy Minella LUX 6-2, 6-3 Tue

Petra driving a backhand, and Mandy about to swat a forehand

*n28 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n7 s6 Samantha Stosur AUS 6-2 4-6 6-4 Tue

Maria driving a forehand, and Samantha and Maria driving backhands

    Samantha had defeated Maria in their previous match, three weeks ago in the 4th round of the US Open, 6-2, 6(15)-7, 6-3. The 2nd round tiebreak, which Maria won 17-15, has repeatedly been erroneously reported as the longest tiebreak in Grand Slam history.
    In the Wimbledon final in 1980, Bjorn Borg defeated John McEnroe 1–6, 7–5, 6–3, 6–7(16-18), 8–6. McEnroe won the longest tiebreak in Grand Slam history, 18-16, but Borg won the match. Borg–McEnroe rivalry
    The tiebreak Maria won while losing to Samantha at Flushing Meadows was the longest women's tiebreak in Grand Slam history, and the longest tiebreak in US Open history.

    Maria said: "Today was another tough match and I'm really happy to come out on top. Every time someone wins a Grand Slam it's always tough to play the next tournament, and I had a very good feeling about my chances today. I really took them...
    "I knew I had to go out there and be more aggressive than I was a few weeks ago. I was moving great in the first set. It's a really good feeling to be able to play so well." WTA story

n10 s7 Marion Bartoli FRA d n44 Ayumi Morita JPN 6-3, 0-6, 6-3 Mon

Ayumi's "kosher cricket" 2-handed forehand, and Marion's "Reverse Polish Notation" version (with backhand grip, left hand above right)

    Marion said: "It was exactly the same as our match in Miami earlier this year, with almost exactly the same scoreline. Remembering that match helped me keep fighting until the end, even after losing that second set. [Ayumi] played very well though, and really deserved that set."

n12 s8 Jelena Jankovic SRB d n49 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova CZE 6-4, 6-2 Mon

Barbora and Jelena stalking the elusive backhand and forehand

    Jelena said: "I hadn't played since the US Open so I was looking forward to getting back on the court. I played well in the first set. I kind of came down in the second set, but got myself going again to close it out...
    "I love playing here in Tokyo. The people here are very nice and welcoming. I also love the courts here, they suit my game. Hopefully I'll have another good tournament here."

n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d n33 q Angelique Kerber GER 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 Tue

Angelique and Agnieszka driving backhands

n15 s10 Shuai Peng CHN d n51 Christina McHale USA 6-0. 6-3 Tue
*n98 Vania King USA d n16 s11 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS 6-4, 7-6(6) Tue
n20 s12 Ana Ivanovic SRB d n146 Laura Robson GBR 7-5, 6-4 Tue

Ana driving a forehand, Laura and Ana driving backhands, and Ana after match point

n21 s13 Julia Goerges GER d n67 Greta Arn HUN 6-2, 6-1 Tue
*n57 Iveta Benesova CZE d n22 s14 Dominika Cibulkova SVK 6-4, 6-2 Tue
*n43 Klara Zakopalova CZE d n26 s16 Shahar Peer ISR 6-3, 6-1 Tue
n46 Kaia Kanepi EST d n83 n101 q Coco Vandeweghe USA 6-2, 6-2 Tue

Tokyo Pan Pacific, 3rd Rd, Wed 11am AP story - WTA story
losers' prize: $20,550 US; points: 125
*n46 Kaia Kanepi EST d n1 s1 Caroline Wozniacki DEN 7-5, 1-6, 6-4

Kaia and Caroline following forehand and backhand, and Kaia after match point

    Kaia said: "I'm very excited about the victory, and about how I played in the match. I really fought for it. I always believe if I play my best I can beat anyone. But I just have to make sure I'm playing my best when I go out there...

    "I played through achilles tendonitis since March but had to withdraw from tournaments in the summer. I had to take a break. But it feels good now—I can practice at 100% now, which is the key for me." WTA story

    Caroline said: "I played some good tennis in the second set and the first half of the third but then I couldn't get my serve in. Kaia played a good match today. I'll try to do better next time."

n2 s2 Maria Sharapova RUS d n21 s13 Julia Goerges GER 7-6(4), 7-6(4)

Maria serving, Julia ready to swat a forehand, Maria reaching for a backhand, and after winning a point

    Maria said: "It was a tough match. Two sets go to tiebreak. I was pleased that although I really didn't play my best in the match, I stepped it up in the tiebreaks, and that was the difference."

    In the quarterfinals on Thursday, Maria will play this year's champion at Wimbledon and Madrid, Petra Kvitova. Maria and Petra are tied at 1-1 in career matches. Their most recent meeting was in July of this year on a chlorophyll court in the final at Wimbledon, when Petra defeated Maria 6-3, 6-4.

    Maria said: "It was a tough loss against [Petra] at Wimbledon. I thought she played great tennis. She hit the ball big and deep, had a great serve. I hope I can learn from that match, and I'm looking forward to it."

n3 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR d n43 Klara Zakopalova CZE 6-3, 7-5
n4 s4 Vera Zvonareva RUS d n57 Iveta Benesova CZE 6-1, 6-2

Iveta and Vera driving backhands

n6 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d n98 Vania King USA 6-1, 7-6(4)
n10 s7 Marion Bartoli FRA d n15 s10 Shuai Peng CHN 6-2, 6-1

Shuai and Marion driving forehand and backhand

    Marion and Shuai both hit 2-handed with the backhand grip on both sides. Marion said: "It's very funny, it's kind of like seeing myself playing on the other side of the net. With Peng Shuai in the Top 15 and me in the Top 10, it's great to have two Monica Seles style players ranked so high on the WTA."

    About her quarterfinal opponent, Victoria Azarenka, Marion said: "Against Vika it's always extremely tough. She plays very well from the baseline and is in the Top 5 now. What's going to help me is we played in Eastbourne and I won, although she had to retire in the second set—but in the first set I was playing well and doing damage to her, and in our other matches I wasn't. We'll see how it goes. I'm very happy to be in the quarterfinals."

*n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d n12 s8 Jelena Jankovic SRB 2-6, 6-4, 6-0

Agnieszka driving a forehand, and Jelena following one

*n28 Maria Kirilenko RUS d n20 s12 Ana Ivanovic SRB 6-3, 6-1

Maria serving, Ana driving a backhand, Maria launching a forehand on the run, and after winning a point

    Ana called for the trainer during the second set due to low back pain.

    Maria was surprised by the relatively easy win. Maria said: "To be honest, I was a little bit tired today when I woke up. I didn't have that much time to recover because we finished so late yesterday."

    Maria is 0-5 against her next opponent, Vera Zvonareva. Maria said: "You do get more and more confident with each win. I've had so many tough matches against Vera."

Tokyo Pan Pacific, QFs, Thu 11am WTA story
losers' prize: $41,450 US; points: 225
n6 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE d n2 s2 Maria Sharapova RUS 4-3 retired—left ankle sprain

Maria serving, Petra driving a backhand, Maria after twisting her ankle following a serve, and Maria's ankle rapidly swelling as she waits for the trainer

    Maria said: "I hit a serve then landed awkwardly on my left ankle. I felt a sharp pain and next thing I knew I was on the floor. It swelled up immediately and I knew there was no way I could continue.

    "I will go straight to the hospital and get an MRI scan. I don't know how bad it is. I hope I can finish the season.

    "I was really looking forward to this match, to be playing Petra after I lost to her at Wimbledon. There's not much more I can say right now. I'm sorry for the tournament and for my Japanese fans that the match had to end this way.

    "I am incredibly disappointed and in a lot of pain."

    On Friday, Maria withdrew from next week's China Open. Maria said: "Good news is that the MRI showed no big damage in the ankle. Will do my best to recover in time for [the WTA Championships in] Istanbul." MariaSharapova.com

At 11pm Maria was visited by retired former Japanese #1 Ai Sugiyama, who brought Maria an ice compression machine to help with her ankle

    Petra said: "It's sad because we were both playing so well. It was a great match, but I could see [the ankle] was really big. Hopefully, she will be OK." AP story

    Petra will play Vera Zvonareva in the semis on Friday. Petra and Vera are tied at 2-2 in career matches. Their most recent meeting was earlier this year on red clay in the 3rd round at Madrid, when Petra, on her way to the title, defeated Vera 6-1, 6-4.

    Petra said: "I played [Vera] already three times, the last time in Madrid on clay when I beat her. She's a very good player. She has a great serve and hits the ball well, so it will be a tough match."

n3 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR v n10 s7 Marion Bartoli FRA 7-5, 6-0

Marion driving a forehand, Victoria flying after one, and Vika after match point

    Victoria said: "Marion is a very tough opponent. When she plays well she can beat anybody. I was preparing for a tough match. It was a battle in the first set but I stepped up my level in the second set and played a more aggressive style of game.
    "I'm really happy to be in the semifinals—with a break after the US Open it can be difficult to get your momentum going. But I feel good."

n4 s4 Vera Zvonareva RUS v n28 Maria Kirilenko RUS 6-3, 6-3

Vera driving a forehand, Maria following a backhand, and Vera driving one

    Vera is now 6-0 against Maria. Vera said: "I think Maria's a great player and a great fighter and she proved it, beating two great opponents en route to the quarterfinals. Sometimes you have certain opponents who you have a tough time beating, and some who you usually beat. It just so happens I have beaten Maria every time we've played, but there's no secret, I'm just trying to play my game, trying to execute...
    "I'm really happy my serve helped me a lot today. I've been serving pretty consistently on the first serve, and my second serve was causing her some problems. I'm always working on improving my serve."

n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL v n46 Kaia Kanepi EST 6-2, 7-6(7)

Agnieszka serving, Kaia following a backhand, and Aga driving one

Tokyo Pan Pacific, SFs, Fri 1pm
loser's prize: $90,000 US; points: 395
*n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d n3 s3 Victoria Azarenka BLR 6-3, 4-6, 6-2

Agnieszka and Victoria driving forehands, and Agnieszka's backhand drive

n4 s4 Vera Zvonareva RUS d n6 s5 Petra Kvitova CZE 7-6(2), 6-0

Vera and Petra driving forehands, and Vera following a backhand

    Petra won the first four games, and led 5-1 before Vera got into the match.

    Vera said: "I don't even remember being down 5-1 in the first set! I wasn't really thinking about it at all. I was just trying to find my rhythm—I couldn't find it in the beginning, and she was playing really well. But I slowly got into the match, making the shots I usually make. Then I was able to turn it around.
    "I think I played very consistently in the second set and Petra started to make a few more mistakes. We had some tough games, but I was able to convert all my chances, and that's why the scoreline looked like that in the end." WTA story

    Petra said: "I started really well, but I couldn't keep it up, and Vera was playing better and better. The second set was closer than it looked—I had chances to break, but I couldn't. I don't know what else to say, other than it was a good week and I'm happy I played here. I'm back in my game after the US Open."

Tokyo Pan Pacific, Final, Sat 1pm
loser's prize: $180,000 US; points: 620
winner's prize: $360,000 US; points: 900
*n13 s9 Agnieszka Radwanska POL d n4 s4 Vera Zvonareva RUS 6-3, 6-2

Agnieszka serving, Vera and Aga driving forehand and backhand, and Agnieszka after match point

Tokyo Pan Pacific, Doubles Final, Sat after singles
losers' prize: $50,000 US
winners' prize: $100,000 US
s1 Lisa Raymond & Liezel Huber v s2 Gisela Dulko & Flavia Pennetta 7-6(4), 0-6, (10-6)

Liezel & Lisa, and Flavia & Gisela

Tokyo Pan Pacific, Qual Finals, Sat Sep 24 10:30am
losers' prizes: q1 $1,550 1pt; q2 $3,000 20pts; qualifier 30 points
n33 Angelique Kerber GER d n152 Kai-Chen Chang TPE 6-1, 7-5
n101 Coco Vandeweghe USA d n315 Abigail Spears USA 4-6, 6-4, 6-3
n105 Urszula Radwanska POL d n195 Rika Fujiwara JPN 4-6, 6-2, 6-1
*n166 Mandy Minella LUX d n106 Aravane Rezai FRA 5-7, 7-5, 6-3
n117 Jill Craybas USA d n310 Ryoko Fuda JPN 6-1, 7-5
n125 Anastasia Rodionova AUS d n171 Zarina Diyas KAZ 6-1, 6-0
n126 Erika Sema JPN d nNR Raquel Kops-Jones USA 1-6, 6-1, 6-4
n189 Karolina Pliskova CZE d n218 Kumiko Iijima JPN 6-2, 6-1

Tokyo Pan Pacific, Withdrawals
n5 Na Li CHN right knee injury
n8 Francesca Schiavone ITA personal reasons
n9 Kim Clijsters BEL abdominal injury
n11 Andrea Petkovic GER r knee meniscus tear
n14 Serena Williams USA medical reasons
n24 Yanina Wickmayer BEL personal reasons
n18 Roberta Vinci ITA right knee injury
n37 Ksenia Pervak RUS left shoulder injury
n39 Elena Vesnina RUS left wrist injury
n40 Sara Errani ITA personal reasons
n41 Simona Halep ROU right achilles injury
n52 Bethanie Mattek-Sands USA right shoulder injury
n69 Lourdes Dominguez Lino ESP right foot injury
n88 Sania Mirza IND left knee injury
n110 Venus Williams USA Sjögren's Syndrome

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