BERLIN (AP) — Dina Safina pulled off her third upset of a top-10 player in a week at the German Open, winning the title Sunday by defeating ninth-ranked Elena Dementieva 3-6, 6-2, 6-2. The 17th-ranked Safina also beat No. 1 Justine Henin and No. 8 Serena Williams at the clay-court event. The 22-year-old Russian overcame a slow start and dropped the first set — just like in her two other upsets — before her shots began to find the lines. Safina claimed her sixth WTA Tour title and first this year at the warmup for the French Open. She won $197,000 on Mother's Day. Safina, the sister of two-time Grand Slam winner Marat Safin, has beaten top-10 players 11 times. She will fly to Rome on Monday for the Italian Open.