Her name is Aleksandra Wozniak. She's 20-years-old, hails from Canada where she's to top player, is ranked No. 85 in the world and won her first WTA in her first final as a qualifier at Bank of the West. Along the way, she notched wins over Francesca Schiavone, Sybille Bammer, Samantha Stosur, an injured Serena Williams, and Marion Bartoli.
She's the first Canadian to win a WTA title in 20 years, and only the fifth in history.
Raise your hand if you thought Wozniak would win a Tier II title before Nicole Vaidisova even made a Tier II final.
Gilles Simon battled his way to his first US hardcourt title in his first appearance at the Indianapolis Tennis Championships with a convincing straight-set dismissal of defending champ Dmitry Tursunov.
All the Frenchman wanted to do was play some matches in the grueling heat and humidity. And he takes the title. Fancy that.
It was supposed to be an All-American final. Or so the networks hoped. But James Blake has no confidence, and Sam Querrey still isn't ready to make his first.
Fernando Verdasco, Croatia Open Champion
Juan Martin del Potro, Austrian Open champion
Alberto Montanes, Dutch Open Champion