Ons Jabeur won her first WTA 1000 title on Saturday, taking down Jessica Pegula 7-5, 0-6, 6-2 to win the Madrid Open.

It was a back-and-forth 1-hour and 54-minute victory for the 10th-ranked player in the world. It’s her second career title after she became the first Arab woman to win a Hologic WTA Tour singles title last year.

On hand for the win were all of Jabeur’s siblings as well as the head of the Tunisian tennis federation.

Jabeur has had a great start to the year, finishing runner-up at the Charleston Open and making a quarterfinal run in Stuttgart. In total, she’s won 12 clay-court matches so far this season, leading the tour on the surface. It’s her 20th match win overall on the season.

She’s expected to return to her career-high No. 7 in the world.

Emma Raducanu is moving on in Madrid after cruising to a 6-2, 6-1 win over Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk Sunday.

The No. 9 seed has now recorded five victories in her first seven tour matches on clay.

Reigning U.S. Open champion Raducanu won seven straight games during one stretch of the match, fully taking control of the contest. Winning 88. 9 percent of her first-serve points, Raducanu overpowered Kostyuk for a dominant second-round showing.

The 19-year-old will next face Anhelina Kalinina, who upset Garbiñe Muguruza, in Mutua Madrid Open’s third round.

Iga Swiatek has withdrawn from the Madrid Open due to a right shoulder injury, the World No. 1 announced Wednesday via social media.

The Polish star told her followers on Twitter that she would miss the Madrid Open, which kicked off its qualifying matches Tuesday, citing a tired arm.

“After intense last weeks and winning four titles in a row it’s time to take care of my arm that has been fatigued since the Miami Open and I haven’t had a chance to handle it properly,” Swiatek wrote. “I need a break from playing so intensively in order to treat my arm well and that’s why, unfortunately, I have to withdraw from the Mutua Madrid Open. My body needs rest.”

Swiatek has had a stellar start to the year, notching 23 straight wins to clinch four straight titles, including the Stuttgart Open, Indian Wells, Miami Open and Qatar Open.

Round of 64 play begins in Madrid on Thursday, with No. 4 Maria Sakkari and American Madison Keys headlining the first-round matchups.

Fifth seed Aryna Sabalenka bested No. 1 seed Ashleigh Barty to capture the Mutua Madrid Open championship.

Sabalenka won 6-0, 3-6, 6-4,  nabbing her second title of the year and her first ever on clay.

The upset ended Barty’s domination on dirt and propelled Sabalenka to her 10th career title.

Naomi Osaka found herself in unfamiliar territory this weekend when she was knocked out of the Mutua Madrid Open early in the second round.

Her opponent Karolina Muchova had a commanding first set, beating Osaka 6-4 and going up a break early in the second.

Never one to give up, Osaka clawed her way back into the match, winning five straight games to claim the second set 6-3.

After losing momentum to Osaka, Muchova regained her confidence in the deciding set. Moving seamlessly on the clay surface, Muchova took the third set 6-1.

On the same day, Victoria Azarenka announced that she will pull out of Madrid to tend to a nagging lower back injury.

With Naomi Osaka and Azarenka out early, the women’s draw in Madrid has opened up considerably.

While other stars falter, former Madrid Champion Simona Halep is emerging as an early favorite after her commanding 6-0, 6-4 win over Saisai Zheng.

She will play the winner of the Mertens, Rybakina match in the round of sixteen.