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Baku Gallery: Queens Of Azerbaijan

Elina Svitolina wasn't the only winner at the Baku Cup this weekend - Oksana Kalashnikova and Irina Buryachok captured the doubles crown. See all the best pics from the finals here.

Published July 29, 2013 12:01

Leila Meskhi, a former Top 15 player who is now Tournament Director in Baku, at the trophy ceremony.
Leila Meskhi, a former Top 15 player who is now Tournament Director in Baku, at the trophy ceremony.
Elina Svitolina beat Shahar Peer in the final of the Baku Cup, winning a tight two-setter, 64 64.
Elina Svitolina beat Shahar Peer in the final of the Baku Cup, winning a tight two-setter, 64 64.
Peer, a former World No.11 who was down at No.149 coming in, bounced back to No.109 with the result.
Peer, a former World No.11 who was down at No.149 coming in, bounced back to No.109 with the result.
But Svitolina made a more significant move on the rankings - No.71 to No.49, her career Top 50 debut.
But Svitolina made a more significant move on the rankings - No.71 to No.49, her career Top 50 debut.
The 18-year-old Svitolina is the first teen to win a WTA title since Timea Babos in February 2012.
The 18-year-old Svitolina is the first teen to win a WTA title since Timea Babos in February 2012.
The doubles title went to Oksana Kalashnikova, pictured on the left, and Irina Buryachok, right.
The doubles title went to Oksana Kalashnikova, pictured on the left, and Irina Buryachok, right.
Buryachok and Kalashnikova won their very first WTA doubles title as a partnership in Baku...
Buryachok and Kalashnikova won their very first WTA doubles title as a partnership in Baku...
Buryachok had a WTA doubles title before, in Baku last year. Kalashnikova got her first WTA title.
Buryachok had a WTA doubles title before, in Baku last year. Kalashnikova got her first WTA title.
  • Leila Meskhi, a former Top 15 player who is now Tournament Director in Baku, at the trophy ceremony.
  • Elina Svitolina beat Shahar Peer in the final of the Baku Cup, winning a tight two-setter, 64 64.
  • Peer, a former World No.11 who was down at No.149 coming in, bounced back to No.109 with the result.
  • But Svitolina made a more significant move on the rankings - No.71 to No.49, her career Top 50 debut.
  • The 18-year-old Svitolina is the first teen to win a WTA title since Timea Babos in February 2012.
  • The doubles title went to Oksana Kalashnikova, pictured on the left, and Irina Buryachok, right.
  • Buryachok and Kalashnikova won their very first WTA doubles title as a partnership in Baku...
  • Buryachok had a WTA doubles title before, in Baku last year. Kalashnikova got her first WTA title.
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