Second-seeded Elina Svitolina of the Ukraine will meet Canadian sixth seed Eugenie Bouchard in Sunday's final of the Malaysian Open. "Now I just need to go on to my next tournament and do well there".
Watson on Saturday advanced to the final by beating France's Caroline Garcia, the fifth seed, 6-1, 6-2 in the semi-finals, while Flipkens booked her spot in the championship match with a hard-fought 7-6 (8-6), 6-4 win over Estonia's Anett Kontaveit, reports Efe.
"For me now my goal hasn't changed..."
Bouchard, who had beaten Britain's Naomi Broady in the last four, served for the match at 5-4 but faltered and was broken to love, and Svitolina then managed another break - her seventh of the match - to claim her fourth career title. "I was just trying to get the first serve back in the court". "I just know that I'm over the moon right now", said Svitolina.
"Many people would think the match is over, but I like to surprise everyone", she said with a laugh. "I want to thank Genie for a great final, it was a really tough one". I couldn't attack her in the first serve, she was an wonderful server.
Broady came up with 10 aces and saved 10 break points, but the Brit unable to claim another scalp after seeing off Sabine Lisicki to reach the last four, while her run in Malaysia has forced her to withdraw from Indian Wells, as she will not make it to the United States in time to contest her qualifier.
"Hopefully I can come back next year!" "But we'll move on and and continue to work hard".
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