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Caroline Wozniacki captured her first career Grand Slam title on Saturday, defeating No. 1 Simona Halep to win the 2018 Australian Open. Wozniacki, in her 43rd Grand Slam appearance, battled Halep for three sets in a thrilling match two hours and 50  -
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Wozniacki was two points from capping what would have been a hugely impressive serving performance, and a relatively straightforward victory, after 70 minutes. Breaks of serve in the fourth game of the first set and the fifth game of the second had put  -
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After losing the first set, Kvitova appeared set to become the latest player to lose to Australian Open champion Wozniacki during the 27-year-old's impressive start to the season. However, she took the second set to a tie-break, then won six  - -
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Australian Open 2018: Caroline Wozniacki says sorry to dad and fiance after stumbling on way to first Melbourne final. No 2 seed jokes she gave father Piotr and NBA star David Lee grey hairs by failing to serve out the match against Elise Mertens
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Wozniacki and Lee are not planning to start a family just yet because the tennis star is staying focused on her sporting career. After Wozniacki's victory over Rybarikova on Sunday, she was asked in her press conference if she wants to become a mum
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All credit to her, because she played really good tennis.” Mertens was taking the win whatever way it arrived. “It's amazing,” she said. “Not expected, especially today. Really tough match. But I was in the zone. I played really well.” She reckoned it  - -
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The 2018 tennis season is already a month old. With the Australian Open in the rearview mirror and the spring swing around the corner, it's time for a bit of reflection. Just a few weeks of tennis leaves more questions than answers. But whose stock is
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MELBOURNE – Cleaning out the notebook from the 2018 Australian Open, where Caroline Wozniacki won her first Slam and Roger Federer won his 20th. • Roger Federer wins the 2018 Australian Open title, beating Martin Cilic in a wild—and then suddenly  - -
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And without much internal debate. Only one singles major but—to use a voguish phrase that is fast calcifying into cliché—he checks all the other boxes. No. 1 ranking? Yes. Davis Cup success? Yes? Other Slam finals? Yes. Longevity at the top? Yes
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... champion Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark committed to play at this year's Citi Open, which will run July 28 to Aug. 5 at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center in Northwest Washington. This is the first time since the tournament became a shared event  -
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(St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy/. Wozniacki was joined by her family and team, as well as WTA Player Relations Representative. Wozniacki is the No.1 seed at the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, and. She debuts against Russian youngster Anastasia Potapova on
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Complications ensue when Roger Federer interrupts your vacation plans. After a long weekend of watching and playing tennis in the Southern California sun, we figured on a quiet dinner and turning in before an early flight home. But that was before we
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Wozniacki speaks: “I knew it wasn't going to be that easy,” she says. “A lot of games in the first set were quite close, but I was proud that I managed to stay cool. She [Suarez Navarro] improved in the second set and made me step back to the baseline  - -
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Petra Kvitova will return to the world's top 10 after recording her 13th consecutive victory by beating Garbine Muguruza to win the Qatar Open. The Czech 16th seed came from a set down in Doha to win 3-6 6-3 6-4 for her second title of 2018 after
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It is the third time Switzerland's Federer has won the Rotterdam event, and it takes him to within 12 titles of American Jimmy Connors, who holds the Open-era record of 109. Federer first became world number one in February 2004, but has not topped the