French Open champion Inga Viatek on Saturday won the second title of his career by defeating second seed Belinda Bencich in the final of the Adelaide International 6–2, 6–2 in straight sets. Viatek became the youngest female player to win the French Open title last year after Monica Seles in 1992. Poland’s tennis player Inga Viतेtek proved once again by performing brilliantly in Adelaide why he is considered to be at such a high level.
19-year-old Inga Viatek did not lose a single set during the WTA 500 tournament and lost a total of 22 games. Inga Viतेtek held a 3–2 lead in the opening set of the final of the Adelaide International and he also broke Belinda’s serve. At Memorial Drive Park, the Swiss player made three double faults and then tried to regain his rhythm. The fifth seed took a 3–1 lead in the second set and then took the title. World No-18 Viatek put up 22 winners and made only 6 unforced errors in the match.
French Open champion Inga Viatek has joined the list of players who have withdrawn their name from the Qatar Open. Inga Viatek, who won her second career title by defeating Belinda Bencich in the final of the Adelaide International on Saturday, said she wanted to avoid injury. Earlier, world number-1 Ash Barty withdrew from the tournament in Doha on Wednesday, March 1-6. Barty withdrew from the Qatar Open due to an injury to his left leg.
Apart from this, world number-3 Simona Halep and 2019 US Open champion winner Bianca Andriscu have also withdrawn their name from the event. Viatek said, ‘Yesterday we decided not to participate in Doha because I have played tough tennis for a long time. I do not want to get hurt in any way. I want my body to get enough rest. ‘