The world No. 7 Dutchwoman added Madrid to her Cincinnati title from last summer; she will move to a new a career high of fourth in Monday’s rankings.
Bertens lost the 2018 final here to Petra Kvitova but would not be denied on her second chance in Spain.
“I’m now in the top four players, I’m really proud of that.”
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