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Rebecca Marino wins first title in five years
Published Feb 06, 2018
Former top-40 player Rebecca Marino played her first tournament in five years last week, and she won the thing.
Just months after announcing her comeback, the 27-year-old qualified and captured an ITF $15,000 in Antalya, Turkey, without dropping a set.
The Canadian walked away from professional tennis in 2013 because of depression stemming from online harassment.
She recently shared a message about mental health for Bell Let's Talk Day:
In addition to the five-round main draw, she also had to get through three rounds of qualifying. She won her first qualifying match 6-0, 6-1, and went on to record three 6-1 sets against three different opponents in the main draw.
Marino is entered into another $15,000 in Antalya, which starts this week.