Defending champion Caroline Wozniacki romped to a 6-0, 7-5 victory over Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova on Sunday to win her third WTA Pan Pacific Open on Sunday. The Danish former world number one took just 75 minutes to complete the rout under the Tokyo sunshine, capturing her first title of the year after losing in six finals.

Third seed Wozniacki stormed through the first set in 22 minutes, blazing winners past a stunned Pavlyuchenkova, who was firing blanks until the start of the second. The Russian saved a match point in the 10th game before Wozniacki converted on her third opportunity, the world number six fizzing a backhand pass down the line to claim her 26th career title.