It was another perfect start for Kuznetsova, she took a quick 5-1 lead in the first set thanks to some extremely hard hitting. Her famous forehand side was working perfectly, hitting more winners than unforced errors. On the other hand Radwanska was making a lot of unforced errors, which is quite unusual to see from her. Of course, some of Radwanska's unforced errors were due to Kuznetsova smashing the ball back to Radwanska's side of the court. At 5-1 down, Radwanska finally found her game, and was able to make things far more competitive, managing to get the first set back to 5-4. But Kuznetsova finally brought the set to a close, serving it out to love.
Since the beginning of the match Kuznetsova was very motivated, maybe it cost her the second set. She was often annoyed at herself and her body language wasn't the best. But she played very well during key points, apart from the end of the second set. Radwanska was calm as usual, she did gesture a bit when she hit a wild unforced error though. It was definitely a delight for Kuznetsova to win a title after such a long time and it was thoroughly deserved. Radwanska shouldn't be disappointed, it was a great run for her and will help to keep her TOP 10 ranking.
Here's the match point uploaded by me on Youtube: