Dominika Cibulkova hasn’t exactly had the follow-up campaign to her dream 2016 season that she would’ve liked. So far this year, she has yet to make a singles final. Last year she won four tournaments, including the season-ending championship.
Nedá mi nepostnut dalsiu fotku pre vas z vcerajsieho debloveho vitazstva z hertogenbosch, aj ked stvorhra nie je mojou domenou ani prioritou, brala som ju ako rozohranie sa na trave, o to viac som stastna za toto vitazstvo a velka vdaka patri mojej deblovej partnerke flipper ;) vcerajsi zapas proti "domacim babam" Kiki a Demi bol naozaj tazky, v podstate sme boli stale dole, ale ku koncu nas divaci potiahli do supertajbrejku a tam sme vyborne zamakali a tesili sa z vitazstva.. velke dakujem patri mojemu teamu: Matovi,Jožkovi, Radkovi a Michalovi ktorí boli tu so mnou tento tyzden.. dakujem vam vsetkym za podporu a pekne spravy ktore mi posielate. vaša domi Here is one more picture from our victory yesterday,as u know doubles is not my "priority" i m very happy for my first title in Netherland with my partner Kirsten! yesterday match was really intense and could turn both sides,but i guess "3rd time lucky" really helped ;) thank you all for your nice messages and support,cheers Domi
Perhaps things will begin to turn around for her after finally entering the winner’s circle—in doubles.
Cibulkova and Kirsten Flipkens won the title at the Ricoh Open in ‘s-Hertogenbosch this past weekend, knocking out the Dutch pair of Kiki Bertens and Demi Schuurs, 4-6, 6-4, 10-6, in the final.
It’s Cibulkova’s first career doubles title, and if she was going to break through, this was probably the venue to do so: Her previous two career doubles finals were at this tournament, in 2011 and 2013.
Unfortunately for Cibulkova, her singles struggles continued into this week. She lost her opener, 5-7, 7-6 (7), 7-5, to Lucie Safarova in Birmingham on Tuesday.