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Unexpected gift to the stubborn Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki are about to find form again after a difficult period.

Saturday night local time won the Danish tennis player 6-4, 7-6 over Romanian Monica Niculescu and snatched his second victory in a row in the WTA-tournament, the Miami Open.

along the Way in the fight had Niculescu 15 breakbolde, but utilized only the three. Wozniacki utilized all of its four.

the Victory brings the dane in the fourth round, which corresponds to the ottendedelsfinalen in the big tournament.

Here could be the last, Naomi Osaka, have been waiting, but the japanese tennis champion lost Saturday in three sets to Hsieh Su-wei from Taiwan.

Wozniacki is in his only second tournament since his defeat to Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open third round in January.

Friday tankede she self-confidence, when she defeated Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the two sets. And Saturday she got even more to rejoice about, as she from the start took the lead against Niculescu.

the Romanian player with a special style, where she mostly slicer the ball instead of hit through the forehand. To the other hand there is a boom on, when she tries to win the ball with his double backhand.

It showed, she repeatedly in Saturday's match, and Wozniacki tried to exploit it for their own benefit. In some situations with more luck than in others.

Wozniacki broke the Romanian's serve twice in the first set. The last time she arranged with a good advance for a servegennembrud, which at the same time secured Wozniacki the first set.

The Danish tennis champion and again came well out of the starting blocks in the second set. She brought at 2-0, before she with a few bad decisions closed Niculescu back into the fight.

the Players went to the ad, before Wozniacki broke to 5-3. On paper a brilliant time with the purpose of victory, but at a sluggish advance in the net from Wozniacki broke Niculescu back.

By the post 6-5 in She favor followed a dramatic lot, swaying back and forth.

The managed Niculescu to push the set into a tiebreak, in which Wozniacki quickly came at 6-0. The Romanian made it exciting, but with a blow on the line drew Wozniacki the longest straw.

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