Dominika Cibulkova wins WTA Finals in SingaporeBy George Ramsay, for CNNUpdated 1345 GMT (2145 HKT) October 31, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeDominika Cibulkova won the WTA Finals in Singapore, an achievement she called the best of her career.Hide Caption 1 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeShe overcame world No. 1 Angelique Kerber 6-3, 6-4 to claim the eighth WTA title of her career.Hide Caption 2 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeHaving missed out on three match points, the Slovakian took the title in two sets, collapsing to the ground in disbelief.Hide Caption 3 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeShe picks up a handsome $2 million in prize money.Hide Caption 4 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeAngelique Kerber has enjoyed a successful year, winning the Australian and US Open titles on her way to becoming world No. 1. However, she was outplayed by Cibulkova in the final.Hide Caption 5 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeVictory in Singapore is timely for the Slovakian, who has struggled in recent Grand Slams. In this year's French Open, she lost in the third round against Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro.Hide Caption 6 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeHaving won her first grass-court title at the WTA's Eastbourne International, Cibulkova reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals in July. Hide Caption 7 of 8 Photos: Cibulkova hits new heights in SingaporeHer best Grand Slam performance came during the 2014 Australian Open, where she was defeated in the final by China's Li Na.Hide Caption 8 of 8Cibulkova overcame World No. 1 Angelique Kerber 6-3, 6-4More from Sport - TennisSerena Williams' return sparks seeding debate about pregnancyJohn McEnroe is paid 10 times what Martina Navratilova gets for doing Wimbledon broadcastsRoger Federer loses to Juan Martin del Potro in Indian Wells finalRafael Nadal 'living with pain and painkillers since 2005'Roger Federer: Will Swiss star play French Open?