Caroline Wozniacki continues her fairytale run at the US Open after winning against Petra Kvitova in straight sets. The former World No. 1 won against the 11th seed.
According to bookie PPH reports, it was Wozniacki’s first win against a Top-20 player in five years. She was away from competitive tennis for more than three years. Also, she returned to the sport less than a month ago.
During her hiatus, the Danish star had two children, but she remained active in tennis by participating in Legends doubles competitions and working as a TV pundit.
Wozniacki Fairytale Run at the US Open
Her homecoming was publicly revealed in June; she hasn’t looked back since. In the first round at Flushing Meadows, she breezed over her opponent quickly and continued that trend against two-time grand slam winner Kvitová.
A very moved Wozniacki was spotted hunching down in her chair after the victory, wiping away tears of pleasure as her miraculous run in New York City continued.
Wozniacki, a 30-time singles champion who last played professionally in 2020, won the Australian Open 2018. It was in 2018 against Kvitová that she last beat a player ranked in the top 20.
Wozniacki, 33, will next play American Jennifer Brady, who finished second in 2009 and 2014 at the US Open.
You might want to consider betting on the public underdog for the match. It is the first time the two will meet in the last five years. Although Wozniacki has a 58.3 percent chance to win, it is not easy to ignore Brady.
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