Caroline Wozniacki def Danielle Collins

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[19] Caroline Wozniacki -19- (DEN) def Danielle Collins -35- (USA)

Match recap from Arthur Ashe Stadium announcer Andy Taylor...

2-time US Open Finalist Caroline Wozniacki weathered Danielle Collins’ opening assault to reach the 3rd-Round of the US Open for the 8th time – her first trip past Round-2 since her Semifinal run in 2016.

The former World #1 kept unforced errors to a minimum – while Collins, who reached her first Grand Slam Semifinal at this year’s Australian Open, never let her foot off the gas. Unfortunately for Danielle, the accuracy of her thundering ground-strokes began to wane in sets 2 and 3.

Andy Taylor Announcer. 2019 US Open. Caroline Wozniacki Round 2 Match Recap

NEXT: [15] Bianca Andreescu -15- (CAN) vs [19] Caroline Wozniacki -19- (DEN)

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Round-2 Biography | [19] Caroline Wozniacki -19- (DEN)

10-years-ago, at just 19-years-old, she reached her first Grand Slam Final right here at the US Open. 5-years later, she reached the championship match again. Then, in 2018, she won the biggest title of her career, capturing her first Grand Slam title at Australian Open. With the victory, she reclaimed the World #1 ranking for the first time in 6-years, and has now spent 71-weeks as the sport’s top player. She owns 30 WTA Singles titles, reached her 55th career Final this April in Charleston, and has qualified for the year-end WTA Finals 6-times, where she won the title in 2017. From Denmark, please welcome 2-time US Open Finalist Caroline Wozniacki.

▲ R2: def Danielle Collins -35- (USA) 46 63 64
▲ R1: def Yafan Wang -50- (CHN) 16 75 63

Round-2 Biography | Danielle Collins -35- (USA)

In 2014, this 25-year-old made her Grand Slam and WTA-Tour debut right here in Arthur Ashe Stadium – where she took World #2 Simona Halep to a deciding-set in the opening round. Over the next five years, she’d win two NCAA Singles titles at the University of Virgina – and back in January, reached her first Grand Slam Semifinal at the Australian Open – defeating World #2 Angelique Kerber in the 2nd-Round. With that appearance in the Melbourne’s Final-4, she climbed to a career-high ranking of World #23 and went on to make career-best runs at every Grand Slam, including here at the US Open – where on Tuesday, she earned her first US Open main-draw victory to reach tonight’s 2nd-Round match. From St. Petersburg, Florida – Please welcome Danielle Collins.

▲ R1: def Polona Hercog -57- (SLO) 63 46 64

Head to Head

These two had played twice before. Each won one of their previous matches. They last met 3-months ago in Rome’s First Round. Wozniacki retired with a calf injury.