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Doha Finals Gallery

Vera Zvonareva and Caroline Wozniacki kept the cameras snapping in the Qatar Ladies Open final.

Published February 26, 2011 12:00

Doha's Centre Court got prepared for finals day, which would start with the doubles final.
Doha's Centre Court got prepared for finals day, which would start with the doubles final.
Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik would win their second WTA doubles title of the year.
Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik would win their second WTA doubles title of the year.
Vera Zvonareva was up next, taking on Caroline Wozniacki in the singles final in the evening.
Vera Zvonareva was up next, taking on Caroline Wozniacki in the singles final in the evening.
Caroline Wozniacki had won Dubai and reached the Doha final without losing a single set.
Caroline Wozniacki had won Dubai and reached the Doha final without losing a single set.
Vera Zvonareva was on top of her game in the final, getting past Caroline Wozniacki, 64 64.
Vera Zvonareva was on top of her game in the final, getting past Caroline Wozniacki, 64 64.
Vera Zvonareva won her 11th WTA title, first since Pattaya City a year and two weeks before.
Vera Zvonareva won her 11th WTA title, first since Pattaya City a year and two weeks before.
Vera Zvonareva scored her third career win over a reigning No.1, but first in straight sets.
Vera Zvonareva scored her third career win over a reigning No.1, but first in straight sets.
Vera Zvonareva and her winner's cheque after a 64 64 championship win over Caroline Wozniacki.
Vera Zvonareva and her winner's cheque after a 64 64 championship win over Caroline Wozniacki.
Vera Zvonareva evened her head-to-head series with Caroline Wozniacki to four wins apiece.
Vera Zvonareva evened her head-to-head series with Caroline Wozniacki to four wins apiece.
Despite the loss, Caroline Wozniacki will hang onto No.1 until at least after Indian Wells.
Despite the loss, Caroline Wozniacki will hang onto No.1 until at least after Indian Wells.
  • Doha's Centre Court got prepared for finals day, which would start with the doubles final.
  • Kveta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik would win their second WTA doubles title of the year.
  • Vera Zvonareva was up next, taking on Caroline Wozniacki in the singles final in the evening.
  • Caroline Wozniacki had won Dubai and reached the Doha final without losing a single set.
  • Vera Zvonareva was on top of her game in the final, getting past Caroline Wozniacki, 64 64.
  • Vera Zvonareva won her 11th WTA title, first since Pattaya City a year and two weeks before.
  • Vera Zvonareva scored her third career win over a reigning No.1, but first in straight sets.
  • Vera Zvonareva and her winner's cheque after a 64 64 championship win over Caroline Wozniacki.
  • Vera Zvonareva evened her head-to-head series with Caroline Wozniacki to four wins apiece.
  • Despite the loss, Caroline Wozniacki will hang onto No.1 until at least after Indian Wells.
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