Elena Kordolaimi (Houston '15) was attempting to win her third career singles title but she came up short against Panna Udvardy in the finals of the ITF $10K in Casablanca, Morocco. Udvardy jumped out to a 3-0* first set lead but Kordolaimi rallied to even it at 4-4. Udvardy held for 5-4 and then broke Kordolaimi from 15/40 to take the opening set 6-4. Kordolaimi turned it around in the second set and opened up a 5-1 lead and it looked like she'd force a third set when she served up 5-2, 40-0. Udvardy got it back to deuce and would then fight off another two set points before breaking for 5-3. Udvardy held from 40/30 for 5-4 and then she fought off another set point (sixth total) to break in a one-deuce game for 5-5. After an exchange of holds, Udvardy controlled the tiebreak to close out the match 6-4, 7-6(3). Kordolaimi earned 7 points for the runner-up finish and will rise to a new career high of around 490 when the points are added in next week.