CASEY Dellacqua's unbeaten run at the Bendigo International tennis tournament rolled on in Sunday's final at the William Loud Classic No. 2.
Dellacqua celebrated a 6-3 6-1 victory against Brighton's Tammi Patterson in the finale to the $50,000 classic.
The blustery conditions did not stop a high-standard contest being played on the showpiece court at the Bendigo Tennis Association's headquarters in Nolan Street.
Dellacqua gained the first service break in the fifth game and then broke again in the seventh for a 5-2 lead.
Although Patterson broke back in the eighth game, Dellacqua's powerful forehand and ripping backhand meant the left-hander broke again in the ninth to take the first set, 6-3.
The Sydney-based ace who grew up in Western Australia then raced to a three-love lead.
Patterson held serve in the fourth, but her 28-year-old opponent, who had won Bendigo International No.1 the previous Sunday, was just too strong.
Dellacqua has won 15 consecutive matches in Bendigo.
During the presentation, she quipped she may look at a property in Bendigo and setting up her training base here.
The windy conditions were a challenge both mastered well.
"I have played on a lot of different courts and conditions around the world," Dellacqua said.
"On the tennis circuit, every day is different. There are so many variables - conditions, opponent, fitness and form."
For the past two weeks, Casey Dellacqua was in hot form on Bendigo's courts.
Fans watching Sunday's final included Dellacqua's mum, Nita from Perth.
Sunday's match was Casey Dellacqua's last for 2013.
"I am stoked to have won again. It's a great way to end the season."
After a week's rest, she will return to the court for an intense pre-season in Sydney with her coach, Stinga.
A major focus will be the wildcard play-off for the Australian Open.