Alla Kudryavtseva and Anastasia Rodionova celebrated their triumph in the inaugural Tianjin Open doubles final.
Tianjin was the Australian-Russian duo's third title together this year and the fifth of their partnership.
The victory was especially sweet for Kudryavtseva and Rodionova, in that it clinched a WTA Finals spot for them.
The singles final saw Alison Riske take on fellow first-time WTA finalist Belinda Bencic.
Riske emerged with a 6-3, 6-4 win for her maiden WTA title.
Riske did not surrender a set all week en route to becoming the fifth American WTA titlist this year.
In her own version of "Where's Waldo", Riske was surrounded by supporters.
WTA Rising Star Zarina Diyas competed in her first WTA final at the Japan Women's Open Tennis.
Fellow finalist Samantha Stosur's athleticism was on full display on Sunday.
Stosur got past Diyas in straight sets for her first WTA title of this season.
Three of Stosur's six WTA titles have come in Osaka, where she was also victorious in 2009 and 2013.
Stosur did not drop a set this week as she improved to 24-3 in Osaka.
Shuko Aoyama and Renata Voracova cruised to their first WTA doubles title together in Osaka.
Voracova now has nine WTA doubles titles, and Aoyama has five.
In their first event together at the Generali Ladies Linz, Anna Tatisvhili and Raluca Olaru won the doubles.
Linz was Olaru's fourth WTA doubles title and Tatishvili's first WTA title of any kind.
Singles finalist Camila Giorgi was appearing in her second WTA final, having been runner-up in Katowice in April.
Fellow WTA Rising Star Karolina Pliskova was appearing in her third WTA final in her last five events.
Pliskova overcame a match point in the third set of her thrilling 6-7(4), 6-3, 7-6(4) win.
Linz provided a great backdrop for Pliskova's third WTA title and second during this year's Asian swing.