Tokyo, Japan (Sports Network) - Seventh seed Petra Kvitova downed fifth-
seeded Angelique Kerber, 6-2, 0-6, 6-3, in the final of the 2013 $2.37 million
Pan Pacific Open tennis event.
Kvitova was just 1-2 all-time against Kerber entering the match, but took care
of the German southpaw with relative ease. The Czech fired off five aces, and
saved 6-of-10 break points
Kvitova improved to 11-4 in her career finals, including 2-2 this season. She
also won in Dubai.
Kerber, meanwhile, fell to 2-5 in her career finals. She was 2-0 in finals
this season entering the match.
Kvitova received $426,000 for the win, and Kerber took home $213,000.
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