Sara Errani claimed her second claycourt title of the season by easing to a 6-2 6-2 win over Dominika Cibulkova in the final of the Barcelona Open.
Both women had qualified with emphatic semi-final victories on Saturday, but with Cibulkova the third seed she entered the match as favourite.
However, Errani, seeded seventh, dominated throughout. The Italian world number 33 broke her opponent three times in each set after Cibulkova's serve deserted her.
World number 17 Cibulkova contributed to her own downfall, producing seven double faults and winning only 38 per cent of the points.
For Errani, victory meant she added to the title she had earlier secured in Acapulco. It also continued Italy's success at the tournament as the nation has now won it four years running.
Errani said: "I'm very happy because it's the second tournament I've won in an amazing season for me."
She dedicated her win to Piermario Morosini, the Livorno footballer who died after collapsing during a match on Saturday.
Errani added: "This tournament is for Piermario Morosini. It has been very hard. The images have impacted me a lot. It's amazing these things can happen. It really makes you think. It brings you back to reality and makes you realise many of the things we complain about in life are just pure nonsense. You have to enjoy every minute of life."
Errani completed a memorable week by returning to the court alongside Roberta Vinci to add the doubles title to her CV.