Daria Kasatkina is now officially the champion of the Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose!

maintain her lead all the way to the end.

Rogers’ dominance during the tie-break for the first set allowed her to win the match.

Silicon Valley Classic champion Daria Kasatkina

In the entire match, the seventh seed lost her service twice, both of which occurred in the first set.

Kasatkina had no break points in the final two sets while breaking the American’s serve four times. In the contest, Kasatkina outperformed Rogers with 24 victories to his 27. Additionally, she had seven fewer unforced errors than the opponent—who had 39—which contributed to the difference in the match’s conclusion.

Last but not least, Kasatkina won 84 percent and 92 percent of the points in the second and third sets, respectively, compared to about 64 percent in the first set. Daria Kasatkina won her maiden competition in San Jose with the Silicon Valley Classic victory.

Additionally, it’s her first championship of the season and it happened in her maiden season-opening final. She had advanced to the final at this location the year before, but Danielle Collins, another American, had won the competition. Kasatkina has now advanced to five of the ten finals she has played in total.

Shelby Rogers is still waiting for her first career victory, though. The 29-year-old has now dropped each of her three final matches. Silicon Valley Classic Twitter provided the image