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.