Sasnovich was playing in her first final on the WTA tour and her nerves showed in the early stages as Svitolina broke her early and raced away to a 3-1 lead.
The final was a somewhat unexpected match-up after Garbiñe Muguruza and other seeds fell early in the event, the gulf in class between the finalists as well as the rankings could be seen throughout the 66-minute championship match.
Svitolina, having landed her first silverware of the season, heads to the Australian Open with her eyes fixed firmly on a maiden Grand Slam trophy.
"The risotto didn't help me yesterday to win this match".
After losing the first set, the No. 3 seed stamped his authority on the second, converting two break points to force a decider for a third consecutive match this week.
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Today, Latvia's second-best ranked lady tennis player Anastasija Sevastova lost to Belarus' Aliaksandra Sasnovich 6-7, 4-6 in the semifinal of the Brisbane WTA Premier tennis tournament, reports LETA.
"I had a good serve, good play from the baseline".
Sevastova would immediately answer as from 30-all Sasnovich double-faulted and a backhand error put the set back on serve at 4-3. "There's lots of things", Svitolina said.
"But (making the) final, it's not enough for me".
"I have time to prepare for the Australian Open and I hope to be ready mentally, physically, yeah, to be good there", Sasnovich said. Svitolina was even more dominant in the second set, racing to a 5-0 lead before Sasnovich even got on the board. The finalist maybe some people forgot him, but the victor, no one.
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She was far too strong for Sasnovich, who struggled to cope both with the Ukrainian's serve and her relentless barrage of groundstrokes from the back of the court.
The 23-year-old Minsk native knocked No. 6 seed Kristina Mladenovic out in the first round and defeated last year's runner-up Alize Cornet, ranked 50 places higher, in the quarter-finals.
In the semi-final against Karolina Pliskova, Elina Svitolina had made a sluggish start, quickly finding herself 4-0 down. I'm just 88, you know, so I have nothing to lose.
"They are top 10 players". It's my first final.
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