Pe'er wins Pattaya Women's Open

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February 12, 2006 15:02

 
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Israeli Tennis player Shahar Pe'er made personal history on Sunday when she won her first tournament as a professional. She beat Jelena Kostanic of Croatia in the final of the Patia tournament in Thailand, pocketing $170,000 in the process. As a result of her victory she is expected to move up from being world number 45 approximately five places in the rankings.

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