Ukraine's 17-year-old tennis player Kostyuk wins ITF World Tennis Tour in Cairo.

This is the third Singles Title in her career.

Marta Kostyuk ranks 168th in the WTA Singles / Photo from

Marta Kostyuk ranks 168th in the WTA Singles / Photo from

Ukraine's 17-year-old tennis player Marta Kostyuk, who is 168th in the WTA Singles Ranking, has won the ITF World Tennis Tour in Egypt's Cairo with a prize pool of US$60,000.

In the decisive final, she defeated 22-year-old Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov of Spain (108th in the WTA ranking).

The final game lasted for 54 minutes and ended with Kostyuk's win: 6-1, 6-0.

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The Ukrainian player had defeated all her rivals in the quarter-final and semi-final of the tournament.

This is the third Singles Title in her career. She became a champion in the ITF Women's Circuit category in Hungary's Dunakeszi (US$25,000) in 2017 and in Australia's Burnie (US$60,000) in 2018.

Just before her February 23 victory, Kostyuk played in a duet with Russia's Kamilla Rakhimova and won the Women's Doubles Title in Cairo.

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