Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki who was eliminated from the ongoing US Open on Thursday night has challenged herself to regroup stronger before fighting for a major title next time.
Second seed Wozniacki was sent packing by by Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko 6-4 6-2, joining top seed Simona Halep on the side-lines.
Like Halep’s first-round loss to Kaia Kanepi, Wozniacki could have no complaints after being well beaten by Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko 6-4 6-2.
“I started off pretty well, then I think I played well in parts of the first set, just trying to stay aggressive. But she was playing smarter than me. She played the game that I was supposed to be playing,” Wozniacki told Sky Sports
After breaking her grand slam duck in Melbourne after so many years of trying, it has not been a great season for Wozniacki, barring a title in Eastbourne in June.
She has failed to go beyond the fourth round at any of the three slams since, with this defeat following a second-round loss against Ekaterina Makarova at Wimbledon.
Wozniacki said: “This part of the season is usually a part of the season I really look forward to, one I really play well. I definitely would have wished to have played more and gone further. All I can do now is regroup, think what I can do, and also just make sure my body is 100 per cent.
“I’m always going to say it’s a great season because I won my first major. If I hadn’t won in Australia, we would be talking differently. But I did. I’m very proud of that. It’s something that nobody can ever take away from me.”
Tsurenko will take on the Czech Republic’s Katerina Siniakova next.
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