WRC ranked No. 2 and former leader of the WTA rankings Karolyn Vojnitsky qualified for the 1/2-finals of the Australian Open. At the 1/4-Finals the Danish beat 6:0, 6:7 (3), 6:2 Spanish Carla Suarez Navarro. Wozniacki, who has a semifinal in Melbourne in 2011, could have won in two sets but missed a game in the tenth game of the second set.
In the first set, Suarez Navarro did not succeed in opposing his rival, but in the second part the picture was quite different. The Spaniard led with 4:2 and was at 5:2, but serving Wozniacki retained her submission in the seventh game, and then immediately broke for 4:4. At 5:4 for the Danish Spanish tennis player had to save the game after losing 30:40 at his serve. Suarez Navarro, however, slipped and leveled for 5:5, then scored the set in tiebreak. In it the Spanish took the initiative after 3:3 and with 4 consecutive points sent the match in the decisive third set.
In the third set, Vojnicki was the better tennis player on the court and quickly managed to control the events of Rod Lavren Arina. The Danish broke for 2:1, and in the seventh game made another break and 5:2 served victory. With a game of 15 former world champion 1, who has fought for the first position in the world rankings, he has finished the challenge and will argue for a place in the final predicted by online stream
with the Belgian Elizabeth Mertens, who earlier today gave only four games to the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina.
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