Last week Pera played the best tennis of her career to win her maiden trophy in Hungary and now she made it two by winning the trophy in Hamburg as well. The American is enjoying the best stretch of her career on clay and it's evident in the confidence she is displaying on the court. She never looked out of place in this one and attacked Kontaveit as if she was the top 10 ranked player.
Her active winning streak is now at 12 matches and 24 sets as she did not drop a single set in Hungary or Germany. She dedicated the trophy to her late coach who passed away earlier this year at the age of 41 from cancer.