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Copenhagen Gallery: The Finals Weekend

Angelique Kerber, Kimiko Date-Krumm and Rika Fujiwara all raised trophies at the e-Boks Open this year.

Published April 15, 2012 12:00

Petra Martic stepped out onto center court to try and stop Caroline Wozniacki in the semifinals.
Petra Martic stepped out onto center court to try and stop Caroline Wozniacki in the semifinals.
But Petra Martic had never beaten a Top 10 player in six previous tries, and this one followed suit.
But Petra Martic had never beaten a Top 10 player in six previous tries, and this one followed suit.
Caroline Wozniacki scored a 63 62 win over Petra Martic to improve to 14-0 lifetime in Copenhagen.
Caroline Wozniacki scored a 63 62 win over Petra Martic to improve to 14-0 lifetime in Copenhagen.
Caroline Wozniacki was interviewed for TV on court right after her semifinal win over Petra Martic.
Caroline Wozniacki was interviewed for TV on court right after her semifinal win over Petra Martic.
Caroline Wozniacki, a former World No.1 and perennial crowd favorite, signed autographs for fans.
Caroline Wozniacki, a former World No.1 and perennial crowd favorite, signed autographs for fans.
Jelena Jankovic snapped her losing streak and made the semis, but fell to Angelique Kerber, 62 61.
Jelena Jankovic snapped her losing streak and made the semis, but fell to Angelique Kerber, 62 61.
Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber stepped out for a blockbuster final between the Top 2 seeds.
Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber stepped out for a blockbuster final between the Top 2 seeds.
Angelique Kerber came from 4-3 down in the first set and 4-1 down in the second to prevail, 64 64.
Angelique Kerber came from 4-3 down in the first set and 4-1 down in the second to prevail, 64 64.
Angelique Kerber won her second WTA title and has won four of her last five matches versus the Top 10.
Angelique Kerber won her second WTA title and has won four of her last five matches versus the Top 10.
Kimiko Date-Krumm, Rika Fujiwara, Kaia Kanepi and Sofia Arvidsson posed ahead of the doubles final.
Kimiko Date-Krumm, Rika Fujiwara, Kaia Kanepi and Sofia Arvidsson posed ahead of the doubles final.
The Japanese duo of Rika Fujiwara and Kimiko Date-Krumm won its first WTA doubles title together.
The Japanese duo of Rika Fujiwara and Kimiko Date-Krumm won its first WTA doubles title together.
Kimiko Date-Krumm won her third WTA doubles title. Rika Fujiwara won her first WTA title of any kind.
Kimiko Date-Krumm won her third WTA doubles title. Rika Fujiwara won her first WTA title of any kind.
  • Petra Martic stepped out onto center court to try and stop Caroline Wozniacki in the semifinals.
  • But Petra Martic had never beaten a Top 10 player in six previous tries, and this one followed suit.
  • Caroline Wozniacki scored a 63 62 win over Petra Martic to improve to 14-0 lifetime in Copenhagen.
  • Caroline Wozniacki was interviewed for TV on court right after her semifinal win over Petra Martic.
  • Caroline Wozniacki, a former World No.1 and perennial crowd favorite, signed autographs for fans.
  • Jelena Jankovic snapped her losing streak and made the semis, but fell to Angelique Kerber, 62 61.
  • Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber stepped out for a blockbuster final between the Top 2 seeds.
  • Angelique Kerber came from 4-3 down in the first set and 4-1 down in the second to prevail, 64 64.
  • Angelique Kerber won her second WTA title and has won four of her last five matches versus the Top 10.
  • Kimiko Date-Krumm, Rika Fujiwara, Kaia Kanepi and Sofia Arvidsson posed ahead of the doubles final.
  • The Japanese duo of Rika Fujiwara and Kimiko Date-Krumm won its first WTA doubles title together.
  • Kimiko Date-Krumm won her third WTA doubles title. Rika Fujiwara won her first WTA title of any kind.
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