Bendigo, 28 November 2011 |

Casey Dellacqua’s hot streak just keeps on getting hotter as the West Australian added the WM Loud Bendigo International title to her tour of dominance.

The 26-year-old has now won six consecutive Pro Tour events and is showing no sign of slowing down.

In Bendigo she didn’t drop a set in five matches and conceded just 15 games for the week.

Dellacqua accounted for third-seeded Queenslander Isabella Holland 6-2 6-2 in the final to clinch the Bendigo title.

The former top 40 player is preparing for the Australian Open Wildcard Play-off, beginning on 6 December at Melbourne Park where she will go in as an early favourite.

In the men’s event, Matt Reid won his third Futures event for the year with a 7-6(6) 4-6 6-1 victory over top seed Ben Mitchell.

Reid has enjoyed a solid season and was contesting his seventh Futures final for 2011.

The 21-year-old knocked out Wimbledon boys’ champion Luke Saville and seventh seed Sam Groth on his way to the final.

Reid was pleased to get a win especially leading into the Australian Open Play-off next week.

“It was a good week. I had to play three guys I stayed with so that was tough it that way, but it was good to get a win, I’m pretty happy.

“I had a few training weeks before Traralgon and Bendigo and have come out with a semi-final finish and a title, so I think that’s pretty good,” said Reid.

In the doubles event Luke Saville (SA) and Andrew Whittington (Vic) defeated Matthew Barton (NSW) and Michael Look (Qld) 6-7(7) 6-4 [12-10] and Stephanie Bengson (NSW) and Tyra Calderwood (NSW) claimed victory over Samantha Murray (GBR) and Storm Sanders (WA) 2-6 6-1 [10-5].

The Australian Pro Tour will resume in late January 2012 for the McDonald’s Burnie International in Tasmania.

Ben Mitchell and Matt Reid. TENNIS AUSTRALIA