Governor’s Cup: Majeric Sets up Perrin Final

Slovenian second seed, Tadeja Majeric will take on doubles’ partner Conny Perrin in the women’s singles final of Governor’s Cup after both ladies won contrasting semi-finals on Friday.


Majeric pulled off a 6-2 5-7 6-1 victory over Israeli Deniz Khazaniuk, while third seed, Perrin eased past Bulgaria’s Julia Terziyska 6-2 6-2.

Majeric will be hoping to go one better than she did last year, when she was a beaten finalist in both legs of the competition- the second of which she lost to Switzerland’s Perrin.

The 26-year-old, who won the title in 2013, made a fast start on Friday afternoon, racing through the first set in 29 minutes, but Khazaniuk offered greater resistance in the second set- eventually edging it 7-5.

Khazaniuk had her chances in the third set, carving out eight break points, but her failure to convert was ultimately her undoing against an opponent who was a perfect three from three on break opportunities in the final set.

The women’s final comes up on Saturday, after the men’s title match between Spanish top seed, Enrique Lopez-Perez and Frenchman, Gianni Mina.

Lopez-Perez and Mina will face off for the men’s title from 10 am.



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