This is Kirilenko third singles title of the year, having also won Tier IV titles during the clay court season in Estoril and Barcelona.
The no.1 seed who was runner-up last year to Venus Williams improved on that result Sunday afternoon against Australia's Samantha Stosur.
"I think this year, I’m a much better player, and I also had more difficult wins than last year," Kirilenko said during the press conference after her win.Kirilenko rallied from a set down to claim the Tier IV title with a 2-6, 6-1, 6-4.
"From the, I don’t know, the first round, I didn’t know the girl with whom I played, but anyway, she played quite good. And then from the second round to the final, I had very good players. And I’m really happy that I beat all of them. I feel that I’m improving, you know."
However, Kirilenko who was back on Centre Court for the doubles final with her partner Vera Dushevina lost to defending champions Chuang Chia-Jung and Hsieh Su-Wei.
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