This shot, which Wozniacki shared to her Instagram account, shows her posing with tennis legend Serena Williams. In the quarterfinals, she dropped just three games against Carla Suárez Navarro to advance to the semifinals. At the year-end in Sofia, Wozniacki won her three group matches and reached the final but lost to Nadia Petrova. Archived from on 8 April 2011. They faced off against each other in the final at the where Williams won in straight sets to claim her 18th Grand Slam title. At 4—4 Wozniacki broke Williams to serve for the match and Williams broke back.
© 2019 MediaMass All rights reserved. They first met at the with Radwańska taking the victory in straight sets. She then entered the in Beijing. At the end of 2013 she switched her racquet sponsorship from Yonex back to her long-time partner Babolat. Archived from on 3 June 2007. Williams also defended Wozniacki in an email to and pointed out that they are friends and that the act was not racist.
In the group stage, she beat Agnieszka Radwańska, then lost to Vera Zvonareva. At the in Miami, Wozniacki lost in the fourth round to 21st seed. She retired from the match due to a back injury after losing the first three games. She lost in two sets to 96th-ranked Romanian. She beat Karin Knapp in straight sets, then lost to Julia Görges in the second round in straight sets. Seeded 11th at the , Wozniacki lost in the third round to Australian.
Wozniacki's next tournament was the. Archived from on 24 September 2015. She defeated , Karin Knapp, Karolína Plíšková, Kristina Mladenovic, and Roberta Vinci to secure the title. At the in Beijing she beat world No.
She defeated to win her second title of the year. She then beat in a come-from-behind three-set win which saw Kontaveit fail to serve for the match twice to advance to the fourth round for the sixth time. She went on to defeat Svetlana Kuznetsova in the final to take her 13th career singles title and first of the year. She then beat Kiki Bertens and Magdaléna Rybáriková both in straight sets to reach the quarterfinals, where she beat Carla Suárez Navarro in three sets to advance to her second Australian Open semifinal since. Wozniacki was scheduled to play many clay court tournaments, but she injured her ankle during a practice, which put her out for all of the clay-court season.
In the third round she easily took care of 18th seed Andrea Petkovic in straight sets for her first win over a seeded player at a grand slam since 2012. There she struggled with a stomach strain and a left thigh injury against world No. Wozniacki entered the as second seed and defending champion, and was drawn in the White Group. She rebounded at the , winning the title by defeating in the final in three sets. They partnered in doubles, but lost in the first round.
Their rivalry really picked up in 2017 where the pair met six times, in this year their head to head record was 3—3 and each meeting would alternate the winner. Archived from on 10 February 2015. In winning Luxembourg, however, Wozniacki qualified for the in Sofia but ultimately chose not to participate. . Wozniacki reached her first final of the year at the At the , she defeated Alizé Cornet, Elena Vesnina and Nadia Petrova, then received a walkover when the defending champion Victoria Azarenka withdrew due to a foot injury.
She lost to Agnieszka Radwańska in three sets in the quarterfinals, after serving for the match at 5—4 up in the second set. During the Asian swing, Wozniacki advanced to the semifinals of the , defeating Flavia Pennetta, and Lucie Šafářová en route, athen losing to Angelique Kerber. Archived from on 31 July 2012. In , she lost to in the quarterfinals.
She then went on to beat Agnieszka Radwańska in straight sets. In 2014 the rivalry reached its peak with the pair meeting four times and Williams winning all of them. The was Wozniacki's first major as world No. As the top seed in , Wozniacki defeated Nadia Petrova in the final for her third consecutive title there. On hard court at the , she lost in the second round to Sorana Cîrstea. Archived from on 27 May 2010.
As the four-time defending champion at the , Wozniacki retired against in the semifinals due to a right knee injury, which she had suffered in her quarterfinal win over Dominika Cibulková. In the first round, she had her first win as a professional, 6—0, 6—0, over in 41 minutes. Wozniacki's next tournament was the. In the second round, she faced Petra Cetkovská. In the first round, she beat Monica Niculescu in three sets, then lost to Carla Suárez Navarro in three sets.