Thailand’s Luksika Kumkhum controlled past previous Wimbledon finalist Sabine Lisicki 6-1, 6-3 to secure the Taipei Open title on Sunday.
Second seed Kumkhum, who had not dropped a set in the past rounds, kept up that clinical record against the German trump card.
Lisicki was on the back foot from the get-go in the challenge as she dropped her serve multiple times in the opening set, attempting to stay aware of Kumkhum’s burning groundstokes.
It took Kumkhum only 21 minutes to wrap up the opening set before changing over another break point to guarantee her second WTA 125K arrangement title of the season.
Kumkhum, who won her lady vocation title at Mumbai Open prior this month, is getting a charge out of the best spell of her profession, having achieved a most noteworthy consistently positioning of world number 80 toward the beginning of November.