Caroline Garcia wins the Bad Homburg tournament, her first title in three years


Europe 1 with AFP

Caroline Garcia won her first WTA tournament on Saturday after three years of drought by winning 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-4 against Canadian Bianca Andreescu in the final in Bad Homburg, Germany.

Caroline Garcia back at the top just before Wimbledon? The Lyonnaise won her first WTA tournament on Saturday after three years of drought by winning 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-4 against the Canadian Bianca Andreescu in the final in Bad Homburg in Germany.

This is the 8th career title for this 28-year-old player (75th in the world). She had not played in the final since her victory in June 2019 in Nottingham, already on grass, at a time when she was among the best in the world (4th in 2018). No Frenchwoman had won a tournament of this level (WTA 250 and above) since Fiona Ferro in Palermo in August 2020.

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