Wozniacki Battles Past Sevastova In China

Wozniacki beat Anastasija Sevastova 6-3 6-3

Wozniacki beat Anastasija Sevastova 6-3 6-3

Ranked third among active players for hard court titles with 22, trailing Serena (46) and Venus Williams (31), she has now won 11 titles in Asia, including 2010 Beijing and 2017 WTA Finals Singapore having extended to 5-0 her flawless record against Sevastova, only ever having dropped one set.

Caroline Wozniacki has claimed her third WTA tour title of the season, taking out the China Open in Beijing overnight (NZT). "I had some problem the last three days and it affected a little bit my game".

Wozniacki also took out the title in Eastbourne in 2018, racking up her 600th career match win.

Unseeded Sevastova needed one hour and 31 minutes to win and reach the final, the biggest in her career. "Caroline played wonderful today, it's always tough playing against her and I have never won. Having won again. eight is my lucky number and it is eight years ago I won here so I felt like it was my year", world number two Wozniacki said. Then after number one in the world, I wanted to win a Slam, then I wanted to lift trophies. Then I started believing that, you know, I'm really hitting my form, playing myself into shape.

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Sevastova, 28, will find herself just outside the top 10 in the rankings after her run.

In the final match, Wozniacki held the opening set with a smash.

Nishikori corrected issues with his own serve in the second set but still could not have an impact on Medvedev's service games, winning only one point on the Russian's serve during the entirety of the second set.

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