"I played her in Wuhan and I was a break down there as well from the beginning of the match," Kvitova said. "I just probably knew that it's still not the end, so I was just trying to play point by point. That was kind of the style of the match."
"Wuhan, it's really one of my favorite cities," said Kvitova, who defeated top-ranked Angelique Kerber in the third round. "It was a great crowd as well, there were some incredible matches for me and I'm really happy that I can stand here as a champion again."