|15/02/18||C Wozniacki||WTA Qatar Total Open||R3||Lost|
|14/02/18||M Rybarikova||WTA Qatar Total Open||R2||Won|
|12/02/18||M Sharapova||WTA Qatar Total Open||R1||Won|
|02/02/18||S Lisicki||WTA Taiwan Open||QF||Lost|
|31/01/18||Z Diyas||WTA Taiwan Open||R2||Won|
|29/01/18||O Jabeur||WTA Taiwan Open||R1||Won|
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