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Tag: Caroline Wozniacki

Rotterdam | Federer captures the No.1 spot

There can’t be many records left which Roger Federer can now target. With his quarter-final victory over Robin Haase in Rotterdam on Friday, he acquired the requisite number of points to overtake Rafa Nadal as world No.1 and in the process become the oldest player to have reached that...

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Melbourne | Woz wins maiden Grand Slam title!

With so much on the line, the Australian Open Women’s Final was bound to be a thriller and so it proved, with the World’s No 1 and 2 vying for the top spot and their first piece of Grand Slam silverware. After just short of three hours of mighty battle, it was Caroline Wozniacki who won the day over Simona Halep in a thrilling contest in three gruelling...

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Melbourne | Wozniacki wins through late night thriller

At quarter past midnight, Carla Suarez Navarro won her first game of her quarter-final against Caroline Wozniacki, and it was in the second set. The unseeded Spaniard was bagel-ed in the first, in which, despite the long and testing rallies, she could only conjure up one break point and failed to convert. Wozniacki was on song, striking the ball sweetly and oozing confidence as she retrieved impossible balls and piled on the pressure to take the opener to...

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Melbourne | Wozniacki storms into quarters to face Suarez Navarro

Caroline Wozniacki continued her quest for a first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open on Sunday, cashing in on her second chance to reach the quarter-finals here for the first time since 2012 with a 6-3 6-0 win over Magdalena Rybarikova. After her close call in the second round when she had to save two match points and come back from 5-1 down in the third set to stay alive, the World No 2-said she was ‘playing with the house money’ and had nothing to...

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Melbourne | Kontaveit upsets Ostapenko in Baltic battle

French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko’s Australian Open hopes ended on Friday as the seventh seed was beaten, 6-3 1-6 6-3, by Anett Kontaveit in a battle of the Baltic. After a blistering day session in extreme heat, conditions improved with a drop of some 10 degrees or so for night play on Friday at the Australian Open. Officials will review the extreme heat policy at the end of the tournament but insisted they take player welfare very...

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Auckland | Despite rain delays, the top two seeds reach final

It’s been a fraught week in Auckland where players have suffered from rain delays during the week and actually lost two days of play pushing the final into Sunday rather than the traditional Saturday. But for Caroline Wozniacki and Julia Goerges, the respective two seeds, it has been a good week in their first tournament of the season as they fought through their halves of the draw to make the final of the Auckland...

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Auckland | Wozniacki romps through opener

Caroline Wozniacki, the top seed at the ASB Classic in Auckland, breezed past he first opponent to get her 2018 season off to a flying start. The Dane, ranked three in the world, blasted her past American Madsion Brengle 6-3 6-0 after being granted a first round...

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Singapore | Wozniacki stuns Venus

Caroline Wozniacki won her first true major in Singapore, sweeping aside Venus Williams in straight sets to win the WTA Finals. Eight players, the best of 2017, battled each other for over the week and, at the last, it was the popular Dane who was the last woman standing. The No 6 seed moved past the 5th-seeded Williams, 6-4 6-4, to claim the title at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global on Sunday, besting her runner-up finish in 2010. Seven times before, Wozniacki had been trounced by her American opponent, winning just one set in all...

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Singapore | Wozniacki wins through to final

Caroline Wozniacki proved yet again what an extraordinary competitor she is on a tennis court by beating Czech Karolina Pliskova 7-6(9) 6-3 on Saturday evening in Singapore. The win earned the Dane a place in the final of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global. It took nerves of steel in a see-saw match against the year’s best server on the WTA Tour, but Wozniacki was up to the task and strung enough together to pull off the victory at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The world No 6 is making a return to the final of...

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