Iga Swiatek, the current world No 1 in women's tennis, clinched her second consecutive Qatar Open title by defeating Jessica Pegula 6-3, 6-0 in the final on Saturday.
This was the first championship of the year for the Polish player and the 12th of her career. Swiatek played exceptionally well throughout the tournament and lost only five games en route to the title.
In the final, Swiatek took just 69 minutes to beat the world No 4 Pegula and improve her head-to-head career record against the American to 5-2.
It was a dominant performance by Swiatek, who dropped only three games after winning the first set 6-3.
Doha is a special place for Swiatek, who last year won the tournament, which led to a 37-match unbeaten streak that culminated in her second Grand Slam victory at the French Open.
Swiatek expressed her delight with the victory, saying, "It feels amazing to win back-to-back titles here in Doha.
"This has been a great week for me, and I'm happy to have played some good tennis."
Swiatek's victory in Qatar is a continuation of her incredible success in 2020, where she stunned the tennis world by winning the French Open in a dominant fashion, without dropping a set.
She then followed it up with a fourth-round appearance at the Australian Open before reaching the quarter-finals of the US Open.
Swiatek's current form is impressive, and she is widely considered to be one of the favourites to win the upcoming Grand Slam tournaments.
The 20-year-old's victory over Pegula in Doha is a testament to her exceptional skill and talent, and her continued success on the court is something that tennis fans around the world will be eagerly watching.