It had been three years since Camila Giorgi won a WTA title, but that streak ended on Sunday with the biggest victory of her career. The Italian defeated Karolina Pliskova in straight sets to take home the Omnium Banque Nationale title.

Giorgi previously won the Libema Open in 2015 and the Linz Ladies Open in 2018. This victory is by far the most rewarding match of the Italian model’s time on tour.

However, it was not an easy road to the final for the 29-year-old. She defeated three seeded players – Elise Mertens, Coco Gauff, and Petra Kvitova to move into the final round. During her notable run, Giorgi only dropped a single set to Jessica Pegula in the semifinal.

This was the unseeded Giorgi’s first career-title that was above the 250 level. The Italian also narrowed Pliskova's head-to-head record over her which is now at 4-5.

It will be a short celebration for the world No. 71 who is set to kick off her campaign at the Western & Southern Open on Tuesday. She will face off yet again with Pegula for the second consecutive week.