Acapulco, Mexico (SportsNetwork.com) - Timea Bacsinszky won her first WTA Tour title in over five years by topping Caroline Garcia Saturday in the final of the Mexican Open.
The fifth-seeded Bacsinszky did not have her serve broken in the quick match and cruised to a 6-3, 6-0 victory on the hardcourts at the Acapulco Princess.
Bacsinszky's only other win on tour came in Luxembourg in October 2009. She did not lose a set this week after dropping the opening set of her first-round match against Richel Hogenkamp.
Garcia, who was seeded third, walked into the final when top-seeded Maria Sharapova pulled out of their semifinal meeting due to a stomach virus.
Bacsinszky pocketed $43,000 with the victory.