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AEGON CLASSIC
Birmingham, England
June 10-16, 2013
$235,000/International
Grass/Outdoors

Results - Sunday, June 16, 2013
Singles - Final
Daniela Hantuchova (SVK) d. Donna Vekic (CRO) 76(5) 64

Doubles - Final
(3) Barty/Dellacqua (AUS/AUS) d. Black/Erakovic (ZIM/NZL) 75 64

Doubles - Semifinals
Black/Erakovic (ZIM/NZL) d. Date-Krumm/Parra Santonja (JPN/ESP) 75 46 106 (Match TB)

Final Facts

- Hantuchova wins the sixth title of her career and first since Pattaya City last February.

- Hantuchova's win-loss record in finals now stands at 6-9, with three of these finals coming on grass; she was a runner-up in Birmingham in 2011 and Eastbourne in 2004.

- Hantuchova came from a set down in the third round, quarterfinals and semifinals.

- Vekic falls to 0-2 in WTA finals, having also finished runner-up in Tashkent last year.

- Hantuchova and Vekic will rise to No.48 and No.64 respectively when the post-tournament rankings are released.

- Barty and Dellacqua win their first WTA title together; Dellacqua now has two career titles to her name, while Barty has one.

 

Final Quotes

Daniela Hantuchova: "I'm always so happy coming back here year after year, and it feels great to finally get the title. The first week on grass is always really demanding on the body, so I'm proud of how I made it through so many long matches throughout the week. And when I really needed to, I was tough mentally. I've been playing here since '99, I think it was about time I got the title!"

 

Donna Vekic: "I have mixed emotions right now. I can't be happy after losing a match, but it was a great week for me and I'm happy I could reach the finals. And I gave it my all today maybe it wasn't my best tennis, but it was the best I could do today, and Daniela was just the better player out there. I was happy to be playing the finals hopefully I'll have many more matches like that."



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