Despite sweeping the first set, Llagostera Vives rallied from 4-2 down in the second.”I wanted to be aggressive for the entire match and not give my opponent any chance, not let her breathe,” Llagostera Vives said.She didn’t drop a set in winning three matches in qualifying, then five in the main draw. She said going through qualifying helped her adapt to playing at a high altitude.Emilia Salerni, the junior world champion in 2000, played in her first career final.Llagostera Vives, ranked 114th, won her other title in 2005. She missed most of 2006 with a right wrist injury.
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