Russia continues to be dominant on the girls’ single. Daria Frayman took the fourth straight Russian title of Drottningens Pris when she won against Romana Cisovska with 6-2, 6-2. 

During Saturday morning two excited players entered the center court of the Royal Tennis Hall. It was the two highest ranking players in the main draw that  fought for the first price in the 2016 edition of Drottningens Pris.

The Russian, Daria Frayman took command of the match right away and went up to a 5-0 lead against a stressed and nervous Romana Cisovska. The Slovakian started playing a little bit better towards the end in the first set, but it was not enough to make a comeback.

– I was really nervous today but I didn’t expect to win the first set that easy. I don’t think it was Romanas day today. She was nervous as well. None of us played our best tennis today I think.

The second set would be similar to the first. Frayman showed up with a brilliant defense while Cisovska was not rewarded for her aggressive style of play. The second set ended with 6-3 score in favour of the Russian. This win means that the Russian dominance of Drottningens Pris continues. Russia has won the four past titles.

– It feels great. I’m so happy to be the winner of this tournament, says Frayman who didn’t lost a single set during the entire tournament.

– It feels good. I’m very happy about that. I gave me a lot of confidence coming into this final.