2018 Moscow River Cup – Singles

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Singles
2018 Moscow River Cup
ChampionSerbia Olga Danilović
Runner-upRussia Anastasia Potapova
Final score7–5, 6–7(1–7), 6–4
Events
Singles Doubles
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This was the first edition of the tournament.

Olga Danilović won her first WTA Tour title, defeating Anastasia Potapova in the final, 7–5, 6–7(1–7), 6–4. Danilović became the first player born after 2000 and the second lucky loser to win a WTA Tour singles title since Andrea Jaeger in 1980.[1][2] This was the first WTA Tour final between two players under 18 since Tatiana Golovin and Nicole Vaidišová played in the final of the 2005 AIG Japan Open Tennis Championships.

Seeds[edit]

  1. Germany Julia Görges (Quarterfinals)
  2. Russia Daria Kasatkina (Second round)
  3. Latvia Anastasija Sevastova (Quarterfinals, withdrew)
  4. Czech Republic Kateřina Siniaková (First round)
  5. Belarus Aliaksandra Sasnovich (Semifinals)
  6. Romania Irina-Camelia Begu (Withdrew)
  7. France Alizé Cornet (First round)
  8. Estonia Kaia Kanepi (Second round)

Draw[edit]

Key[edit]

Finals[edit]

Semifinals Final
          
LL Serbia Olga Danilović 6 5 7
5 Belarus Aliaksandra Sasnovich 2 7 5
LL Serbia Olga Danilović 7 61 6
WC Russia Anastasia Potapova 5 77 4
WC Russia Anastasia Potapova 3 6 5
  Slovenia Tamara Zidanšek 6 4 2r

Top Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
1 Germany J Görges 6 6
Slovakia V Kužmová 1 0 1 Germany J Görges 6 77
Russia N Vikhlyantseva 6 6 Russia N Vikhlyantseva 2 62
Q Italy D Chiesa 4 0 1 Germany J Görges 3 3
Slovakia AK Schmiedlová 2 4 LL Serbia O Danilović 6 6
LL Serbia O Danilović 6 6 LL Serbia O Danilović 77 7
Russia V Zvonareva 2 2 8 Estonia K Kanepi 63 5
8 Estonia K Kanepi 6 6 LL Serbia O Danilović 6 5 7
3 Latvia A Sevastova 6 3 6 5 Belarus A Sasnovich 2 7 5
France P Parmentier 2 6 4 3 Latvia A Sevastova 6 65 6
Russia E Alexandrova 0 3 LL Romania I Bara 2 77 4
LL Romania I Bara 6 6 3 Latvia A Sevastova
Q Spain P Badosa Gibert 1 2 5 Belarus A Sasnovich w/o
Russia E Rodina 6 6 Russia E Rodina 5 2
Sweden J Larsson 1 3 5 Belarus A Sasnovich 7 6
5 Belarus A Sasnovich 6 6

Bottom Half[edit]

First Round Second Round Quarterfinals Semifinals
Q Greece V Grammatikopoulou 2 6 3
Q Russia V Flink 6 3 6 Q Russia V Flink 62 3
Q Russia V Ivakhnenko 6 7 Q Russia V Ivakhnenko 77 6
Montenegro D Kovinić 2 5 Q Russia V Ivakhnenko 6 3 2
Bulgaria V Tomova 1 1 WC Russia A Potapova 1 6 6
WC Russia A Potapova 6 6 WC Russia A Potapova 6 6
Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 6 3 6 Czech Republic Kr Plíšková 4 4
4 Czech Republic K Siniaková 4 6 4 WC Russia A Potapova 3 6 5
7 France A Cornet 6 2 3 Slovenia T Zidanšek 6 4 2r
PR Germany L Siegemund 4 6 6 PR Germany L Siegemund 6 6
Q Italy M Trevisan 3 4 Ukraine K Kozlova 0 3
Ukraine K Kozlova 6 6 PR Germany L Siegemund 3 4
WC Germany A Lottner 3 1 Slovenia T Zidanšek 6 6
Slovenia T Zidanšek 6 6 Slovenia T Zidanšek 6 2 6
Russia A Kalinskaya 1 1 2 Russia D Kasatkina 4 6 4
2 Russia D Kasatkina 6 6

Qualifying[edit]

Seeds[edit]

  1. Russia Anna Kalinskaya (Moved to main draw)
  2. Russia Veronika Kudermetova (Qualifying competition)
  3. Italy Deborah Chiesa (Qualified)
  4. Romania Irina Bara (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)
  5. Belgium Maryna Zanevska (Withdrew)
  6. Spain Paula Badosa Gibert (Qualified)
  7. Greece Valentini Grammatikopoulou (Qualified)
  8. Russia Valentyna Ivakhnenko (Qualified)
  9. Romania Elena-Gabriela Ruse (First round)
  10. Italy Martina Trevisan (Qualified)
  11. Serbia Dejana Radanović (First round)
  12. Serbia Olga Danilović (Qualifying competition, Lucky loser)

Qualifiers[edit]

Lucky Losers[edit]

Draw[edit]

First Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
Alt Russia Anna Morgina 6 4 3
WC Russia Anastasia Gasanova 3 6 6
WC Russia Anastasia Gasanova 4 3
7 Greece Valentini Grammatikopoulou 6 6
  Italy Jessica Pieri 2 4
7 Greece Valentini Grammatikopoulou 6 6

Second Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
2 Russia Veronika Kudermetova 6 77
  Russia Marina Melnikova 4 62
2 Russia Veronika Kudermetova 77 0 5
8 Russia Valentyna Ivakhnenko 63 6 7
  Ukraine Olga Ianchuk 6 0 2
8 Russia Valentyna Ivakhnenko 1 6 6

Third Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
3 Italy Deborah Chiesa 7 6
WC Russia Ekaterina Yashina 5 2
3 Italy Deborah Chiesa 77 6
WC Russia Sofya Lansere 65 0
WC Russia Sofya Lansere 3 6 6
9 Romania Elena-Gabriela Ruse 6 3 3

Fourth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
4 Romania Irina Bara 6 6
WC Russia Ekaterina Vishnevskaya 0 1
4 Romania Irina Bara 2 6 3
  Russia Varvara Flink 6 2 6
  Russia Varvara Flink 6 4 6
11 Serbia Dejana Radanović 3 6 4

Fifth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
Alt Japan Rika Fujiwara 1 4
  Russia Yana Sizikova 6 6
  Russia Yana Sizikova 6 2 2
10 Italy Martina Trevisan 3 6 6
  Russia Polina Monova 1 6 2
10 Italy Martina Trevisan 6 3 6

Sixth Qualifier[edit]

First Round Qualifying Competition
          
6 Spain Paula Badosa Gibert 78 2 7
  Kazakhstan Elena Rybakina 66 6 5
6 Spain Paula Badosa Gibert 77 4 6
12 Serbia Olga Danilović 64 6 3
  Germany Vivian Heisen 4 4
12 Serbia Olga Danilović 6 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Danilovic claims first title in Moscow after all-teen tussle". WTA Tour. 29 July 2018. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  2. ^ David Kane (29 July 2018). "'I was given this chance, I had to take it' - Danilovic goes from lucky loser to champion in Moscow". WTA Tour. Retrieved 1 August 2018.