Caroline Wozniacki was widely considered the best player on the women's tour without a Grand Slam title, but the former top-ranked player broke through at the Australian Open in January. The title was worth $3.1 million in prize money and pushed her -
Titles so far in 2018: Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Rome, French Open, Toronto. Even at the age of 32, ... In addition he has won five ATP Finals titles, the most recent in 2015, and also won the Bronze Medal at the Beijing Olympics a decade ago, putting
2018 US Open Seeds: French Champs Halep, Nadal No. ... The seedings for the upcoming US Open were released today by the tournament. ... 2018 US Open Men's Singles Seeds 1. ... What Does Caroline Wozniacki's Australian Open Title Mean for 2018?
Eugenie Bouchard wins her opening round qualifier at the 2018 US Open. How far can the young Canadian ... Up next for Bouchard at the US Open qualifying is Georgian tennis player Ekaterine Gorgodze. While Genie wins her first ... The favorites must be
Seven different women have won the last seven Majors (four were first-time Grand Slam champions) — Serena Williams, Jelena Ostapenko, Garbiñe Muguruza, Sloane Stephens (2017 US Open), Caroline Wozniacki, Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber the ...
But Novak Djokovic found a way to set himself apart on Sunday, completing an elusive set by winning the Western & Southern Open for the first time and becoming the first man to triumph in singles at all nine Masters events on the ATP Tour. ... 2
The Romanian Simona Halep increased her lead over Caroline Wozniacki, now she has +2,000 points more than the Dane, who got most of her points in the last 12 months at the 2017 Singapore WTA Finals and 2018 Australian Open, as she won both titles.
Caroline Wozniacki: Like Halep, the world number two won her first Slam this year - with victory at the Australian Open in January. But she has been unable to build on that in recent months. An early exit at Wimbledon has been followed by a knee injury
Since winning the Australian Open 2018, there is a fierce determination to Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki. A Wozniacki Slam ... Agonizingly for Wozniacki, this slip-up came at a time when she was playing the best tennis on grass of her career. Previously
14. Madison Keys, United States. 15. Elise Mertens, Belgium. 16. Venus Williams, United States. 17. Serena Williams, United States. 18. Ashleigh Barty, Australia. 19. Anastasija Sevastova, Latvia. 20. Naomi Osaka, Japan. 21. Mihaela Buzarnescu, Romania.
Muguruza's title defence came to an end at the hands of Lesia Tsurenko in three sets, while Australian Open winner Caroline Wozniacki was forced to retire due to injury. Sloane Stephens and Angelique Kerber also won through to the next round at the WTA ...
Top-seeded Caroline Wozniacki withdrew Tuesday afternoon from the Citi Open with a right leg injury, but Rock Creek Park Tennis Center was hardly bereft of highly ranked women in her wake. Sloane Stephens, the No. 2 seed, and Naomi ... of a heart with
The 2018 Citi Open is back and this year it will be better than ever. With the ATP World Tour and the WTA descending on Washington D.C., there will be some must-see tennis in the nation's capital. Well into the hard court season, the Citi Open is a 500
No.4 seed Angelique Kerber became the third player to reach her 40th win of 2018 while Caroline Wozniacki was forced to retire after losing the first set to Kiki Bertens in a rainy day in Cincinnati that will force Simona Halep to come on court for a
In the losing effort, Wozniacki was broken four times and had seven double faults. At times Wozniacki has looked like the best version of herself, which includes titles in Eastbourne and her first major in the Australian Open, other times she's looked