Agnieszka Radwanska claimed her first WTA Tour title of the year with a thrashing of Belinda Bencic in the Pan Pacific Open final.
The Pole proved far too good for Swiss teenager Bencic, claiming a 6-2 6-2 victory in the decider on the hard-courts in Tokyo on Sunday.
Radwanska dominated from the back of the court, and the title marked her 15th but first since Montreal last year.
Her appearance in the final was her third in five years at the tournament and she added to the 2011 crown she won.
Radwanska’s excellent display saw her finish with 28 winners and 15 unforced errors.
For Bencic, the 18-year-old who has enjoyed a strong year, she was unable to add to the two trophies she has already won in 2015.
Radwanska was in control from the outset of the WTA Premier event final, but she had to wait to edge ahead.
Bencic survived two break points in the second game, but Radwanska broke for 4-2 and then again to take the set.
While Radwanska had pushed for a break, Bencic managed to win just five return points for the set.
The trend continued into the second as Radwanska rolled into a 4-0 lead, only for Bencic to rally ” grabbing one of those breaks back.
Radwanska dug herself out of a 0-30 hole in the seventh game, Bencic pulling a backhand wide before throwing her racquet in frustration.
That would prove to be her last chance as Radwanska closed out victory in one hour, 26 minutes.