Wozniacki & Seppi win in Moscow
Caroline Wozniacki claimed her second WTA Tour title of the season with a win over Sam Stosur in the final of the Kremlin Cup in Moscow.
The world No 11 Dane - who was handed a late wild card into the event - won 6-2 4-6 7-5 in two hours and 14 minutes.
Wozniacki, winner of a tournament in Seoul last month, recovered from having her serve broken early in the final set to seal an impressive win on her second match point.
The No 3 seed, who trailed 0-2 in the decider, broke back in game six before Stosur lost her serve for the eighth and final time in the 12th.
The beaten Aussie has not won a title since becoming a shock champion at the US Open 13 months ago.
It was Wozniacki's first triumph over Stosur for more than three years and she admitted: "It was a tough match and it could have gone either way."
Wozniacki received a silver Cartier trophy and a cheque for $122k, while Stosur pocketed $66k.
The outcome of the men's final between Thomaz Bellucci and Andreas Seppi was similarly unpredictable before the latter finally prevailed 3-6 7-6 (7/3) 6-3.
The Italian second seed had lost only four games in his semi-final victory against Malek Jaziri while Bellucci, seeded four, had come through a tough three-set encounter with Ivo Karlovic.
The fact he had expended far less energy on Saturday was always going to favour Seppi and so it proved as he came through in two hours and 12 minutes.
Bellucci served 13 aces, 11 more than Seppi and achieved far more success all-round on his serve.
While the Brazilian took far more advantage of his break point opportunities - converting all three - it was Seppi's all-round game that led to victory.