Most interestingly, the 2012 French Open finalist reverted to the underhand strategy largely on her second serves. She hit just four double faults in her 6-2, 6-1 win over Schoofs, marking her first straight-set match in Bogota.
Her serving woes didn't just start in Bogota. Errani has been double faulting all season, with 22 struck in win over Irina-Camelia Begu in Guadalajara and 18 in a win over Heather Watson in Indian Wells.
The Italian served a 10-month suspension in two parts after testing positive for the banned drug letrozole, a substance her mother used for breast cancer treatment. She made her return in February this year, and ultimately lost to Astra Sharma in the quarterfinals on Friday, 6-1, 7-5.