The match, which lasted 1 hour 29 minutes, was intensely developed by both players, especially by the 18-year-old Canadian girl of Ecuadorian descent, who did not give her opponent the facilities and in just 37 minutes he got the first set very easily.
Wounded inside, the Swiss came out in the second set, bent on giving the fight to the skilled Canadian, and he was even 4-3 and seemed to have arguments to return to the match.
However, with accurate shots from the back of the field and the agility of her legs that set her apart, the Canadian was a big hunk, returning and securing the second set and first title of her career.
With his victory, Fernandes collected $ 29,200 and 280 points for the world ranking, which, as of Monday, would improve the 88th Rank at which the tournament began.
“I would like to congratulate Victoria, I would like to thank everyone for this tournament, without you nothing would be possible,” said the winner.
“I want to thank my coach who was here and supported me in all the good and bad moments. My family and my coach who are at home, without you there is no such cup,” he added.
She also said she hoped to return to Monterrey and invited the fans who were unable this year to attend the tournament in person, to come next year to watch her play.
During the closing ceremony and award ceremony, Hernan Garza Echeverria, Tournament Director, thanked those who made it possible to implement it.