Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova getting ready for 2015 season

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Anastasia Pavlychenkova won her final match of her WTA campaign, clinching the Kremlin Cup with a 6-4 5-7 6-1 triumph over Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu on home soil in Moscow.

Speaking exclusively to GiveMeSport, the Russian says she has enjoyed her celebrations and is now looking to prepare for the 2015 season, targeting January's Australia Open as the tournament to be fit for.

Pavlyuchenkova admits that her 2014 season hasn't been the best it could be, but is fully confident that she can build on her Kremlin Cup victory next campaign and climb the rankings.

"I couldn't have ended my season better than this, winning this title," she said.

"It's still a very busy week after the tournament but I'm trying to spend time with my family and friends too.

"I'm looking forward to flying out for my holidays and recovering for the next season. I need to be fresh and ready for hard work during my pre season!"

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The 23-year-old currently sits 25th in the WTA Rankings and will be looking to go better than her career high ranking of 13 next year, but highlights the importance of pre-season training in completing a successful campaign.

"I have to make sure I'm ready for Australia 2015."

"First of all, with my team we are planning and preparing for my pre season," she added. "As my last year's pre season wasn't ideal, I need to work very hard and still improve on a lot of things in my tennis and my physical parts.

"I have to make sure I'm ready for Australia 2015."

Pavlyuchenkova will be fighting for her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in Melbourne, where she will look to carry her Kremlin Cup form through to next year.

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