Caroline Wozniacki happy about amazing Charleston opener

Caroline Wozniacki defeated Angelina Kerber in the Charleston tournament, showcasing improved drop shots and transitioning from hard courts to clay.

Wozniacki Won The Opener In Charleston

Caroline Wozniacki triumphantly returned to the Charleston tournament in the first round, defeating Mccartney Kessler 6-0 6-1. Delighted to be back and part of the Tennis Channel family, Wozniacki discussed her improved drop shots, which she had been perfecting for eight months, and how they proved effective during the match. She also addressed her taped calf and the transition from hard courts to clay.

Reflecting on her past successes at the tournament, including two finals and one win, Wozniacki shared a heartwarming story about helping a fellow player, Daria Kazakina, reach her hotel. Currently playing solo at the tournament without her kids and husband, Wozniacki looks forward to her upcoming match against Angelina Kerber, where she aims to avenge a previous loss from Miami.

Wozniacki in Charleston, ranking, and results in 2024

Caroline Wozniacki

7 - 7win/loss

Hard
6-5
Clay
1-2
33 year old
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2024 Highlights

Now ranked no.126, Wozniacki has achieved a compiled 7-5 match record in 2024. Caroline is participating in Charleston where she beat the world no.122 Mccartney Kessler 6-0 6-1.

Caroline Wozniacki will take on the world no.33 Anhelina Kalinina in the 2nd round. The head to head is 1-0 for Kalinina.

Caroline won 30 titles in her career: 19 on hard courts, 4 on clay courts, 5 on indoor courts and 2 on grass courts. (See the list of her titles)

Wozniacki
Charleston
Wozniacki's Record
Wozniacki
Projected
Draw