Ons Jabeur clinched her third career title in Berlin on Sunday, winning the bett1open after Belinda Bencic was forced to retire due to injury.

Suffering an ankle injury at the end of the first set, Bencic left the court after trailing Jabeur 6-3, 2-1.

With the win, Jabeur is expected to reach a new career-high ranking of World No. 3 on Monday, advancing to the finals in four of her last six competitions.

Jabeur is the only other player aside from World No. 1 Iga Swiatek to win multiple titles this season. The Tunisian star’s bett1open trophy joins her Madrid championship from May.

The grass-court victory comes in the run-up to Wimbledon, which will kick off on June 27. Before Jabeur takes the court at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, however, she will team up with Serena Williams in the doubles draw at the Eastbourne International, a critical Wimbledon tune-up.

No. 1 seed Ons Jabeur and No. 8 seed Belinda Bencic have advanced to the final in Berlin.

Bencic had the longer of the two semifinals, downing No. 2 seed Maria Sakkari 6-7(6), 6-4, 6-4 in a thrilling three-hour affair to clinch a spot in the bett1open final for the second consecutive season.

“We both kind of pushed really hard, we both didn’t give each other anything. I think it was high quality, of course, we held our serves as much as we could, and I really felt like we put on a show there,” Bencic said after Saturday’s match.

Bencic will face Jabeur in her fifth career grass-court final after the Tunisian star took out No. 7 seed Coco Gauff in Saturday’s second semifinal. Jabeur cruised past Gauff in straight sets, winning the opponents’ first grass-court meeting.

Winning two of their three meetings, Bencic holds the advantage in the head-to-head with Jabeur, however, the 27-year-old won their most recent contest in Madrid.

Both players will be looking for their second career singles final in Sunday’s championship match.

Daria Saville put a call out for shoes last Wednesday after she lost her grass-court shoes on the Autobahn on her way to the Bett1Open.

“Was travelling to Berlin by car and my only grass court shoes flew on autobahn including my tennis bag and some other stuff lol. I still have rackets tho,” Saville wrote on social media.

Saville ended up wearing a borrowed pair from Australian player Storm Sanders, and the “good luck shoes” have seen Saville through to the Round of 16 in Berlin after she downed Jil Teichmann on Monday.

Saville, who entered the tournament as a qualifier, came back to beat Teichmann after dropping the first set at the Wimbledon tune-up.

The 28-year-old is currently ranked No. 104 in the world.

Iga Swiatek has withdrawn from the upcoming German Open in Berlin, also known as the bett1open, citing a “recurrent discomfort” in her shoulder.

“I’m sorry I will not be able to play there,” said the recent French Open winner. “I will focus on recovery and rest in order to be ready for Wimbledon.”

Swiatek has been on a roll since the year began, running off 35 straight match wins to tie Venus Williams for the longest winning streak of this century and the third-longest streak since 1990. She also joined Serena Williams as the only women to have won six titles in the first six months of a year.

Her grip on the No. 1 world ranking is also staggering. With 8,631 points, the 21-year-old holds a 4,305-point lead on second-ranked Anett Kotaveit.

At Wimbledon last year, Swiatek lost to Ons Jabeur in the fourth round.