Petra Kvitová and Caroline Garcia go head-to-head in the Cincinnati Open final on Sunday evening (7pm, UK time).
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Petra Kvitova is set to play her 40th career final — something only five other active players can boast — and will seek her milestone 30th title (29-10). This will also be Kvitova’s maiden Cincinnati final. The 32-year-old boasts a 8-3 winning record in WTA 1000 finals. The former world number 12 has also won 11 of her last 14 finals, including beating Jelena Ostapenko at Eastbourne two months ago; her first final in over a year. Getting here Kvitova toppled Madison Keys from a set down. After being two points from winning the first set, she dominated the 2019 champion and broke serve four times in the last two sets to win 6-7, 6-4, 6-3. Kvitova has been pushed to a third set in three of her previous five rounds, saving a match point against 2021 finalist Jil Teichmann in the opening round and beating fifth seed Ons Jabeur in the last-16. She came into this week having won back-to-back games in only four of her 16 outings this year.
As for Caroline Garcia she’s become the first qualifier to reach the final of a WTA 1000 event since it became possible in 2009. Her previous best Cincinnati Open performance were last-16 eliminations in 2015 and 2018. In fact she hadn’t won consecutive matches here since 2015. The former world number four was sidelined for two months with a foot injury this year. Since returning she’s clinched doubles gold at Roland-Garros and possesses a tour-leading 27 matches since the start of June and is set to return to the top 30. En route to Sunday’s final Garcia had been taken to a decider four times. She defeated world number three Maria Sakkari and world no eight Jessica Pegula before facing world number seven Sabalenka in the semi-final where Garcia ultimately triumphed 6-2, 4-6, 6-1. Garcia also owns a 9-3 record in finals and recently enjoyed successes in Bad Homburg and Warsaw. Garcia has also won both of her WTA 1000 finals in consecutive Chinese events in Wuhan and Beijing back in her career-best 2017 season.