FILDERSTADT, West Germany -- Martina Navratilova cruised to a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Hana Mandlikova in 66 minutes Sunday to win the $175,000 Filderstadt Grand Prix tournament.
Navratilova, the world's top woman player, notched her 1,004th career victory the day after her 30th birthday.
As part of her prize, she received a $40,000 metallic gray Porsche 911.
This was the third success for Navratilova in this tournament. She previously won in 1982 and 1983.
Mandlikova, 24, who used to act as a ballgirl for Navratilova in their native city of Prague, and is now ranked No. 4 in the world, was handicapped throughout the final by strained stomach muscles, and could not find the form to challenge Navratilova. The injury caused Mandlikova to withdraw from a tournament this week.
After a brief rest, Navratilova teamed with American partner Pam Shriver to defeat Zina Garrison of Houston and Gabriela Sabatina of Argentina, 7-6, 6-4,in 1 hour 23 minutes to win the doubles final.