|Martina Hingis (foreground) and doubles |
partner Sania Mirza of India
The singles final got underway at 1 p.m. under mostly cloudy skies and a brisk wind that had fans looking for a light jacket for the first time all week. American Madison Keys played well, but ended up losing two sets to one, despite heavy crowd support. German Angelique Kerber is the 2015 FCC Champion and she was the No. 5-seed and defeated defending champ Petkovic in the semifinals.
|2015 FCC Champ Angelique Kerber|
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|Madison Keys from Monday's media session|
|Doubles champs Mirza and Hingis|