The two-time Wimbledon champion, who was missed the Prague event last year due to a hand injury, maintained her momentum to win her home tournament in her first appearance in it. The 28-year-old left-hander added to her triumphs in Petersburg and Doha this season. Buzarnescu fell to a second WTA final defeat after losing out at the Hobart International final to Belgian Elise Mertens. World No 10 Kvitova has little time to celebrate as she plays Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko in the Madrid Open first round Sunday, two weeks before the start of the French Open.
Petra Kvitova came from a set down against Mihaela Buzarnescu to win the Prague Open on home soil - her third WTA title of the year.https://t.co/Vf22plrKrb pic.twitter.com/fRg8GPHpRY — BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 5, 2018