Caroline Wozniacki laced up during her WTA Championships - Doha 2010 final against Kim Clijsters on Sunday.
Caroline Wozniacki's improved serve was on display but early goings were tough as she lost the first set.
Kim Clijsters was at her aggressive and defensive best against Caroline Wozniacki early on, going up 63 41.
Caroline Wozniacki had won 62 matches in 2010 and that fight came into play as she took the second set, 7-5.
Kim Clijsters was broken in the opening game of the third set but steadied herself and prevailed, 63 57 63.
Kim Clijsters and Caroline Wozniacki met at the net after Clijsters claimed a 63 57 63 win in the final.
Caroline Wozniacki thanked the Qatari crowd after the match. She fell to 0-2 lifetime against Kim Clijsters.
The singles trophy ceremony assembled on court after the title match of the WTA Championships - Doha 2010.
The final was a rematch of their only previous meeting, the 2009 US Open final. Clijsters won that, 75 63.
Kim Clijsters kissed her third career WTA Championships trophy, having won it in 2002 and 2003 as well.
Kim Clijsters was given her winner's cheque, an amount that pushed her past the $20 million career barrier.
Gisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta rejoiced after winning the WTA Championships - Doha 2010 doubles crown.
Kveta Peschke, Katarina Srebotnik, Stacey Allaster, Gisela Dulko and Flavia Pennetta after the final.
Flavia Pennetta and Gisela Dulko won their seventh and biggest WTA title of the year together in Doha.
Kim Clijsters met the press after her fifth WTA title of the year. She ended 2010 with a 5-0 finals record.