The Columbian Rebecca Marino lost against Destanee Aiava in the tournament final of the ITF Osaka, Sunday, Japan.
The Australian 17-year-old, sixth-seeded and 226e in the standings of the WTA tour, won in two sets of 6-3 and 7-6 (2). It only took 72 minutes to come to the end of Marino, 565e racket in the world.
After being qualified, the Canadian 27-year-old has recorded two aces, three double faults and a low success rate of 52 % in the first ball of service. In addition, she has won 59% of points when his first serve was in play.
Aiava was more solid at the service, passing four aces, 65 % of his first balls and winning 75 % of trade with its first service. She committed two double faults and made a break twice in three opportunities by the opponent. For his part, Marino has conceded three parties on the service.
The course of Marino to Osaka should allow him to break into the top 500 in the next ranking of the WTA. It was his seventh tournament since his return to the game after an absence of five years on the circuit.
She has already won three tournaments on ITF since the beginning of the year.