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 Bianca Andreescu -15- (CAN) def  Caroline Wozniacki -19- (DEN)
Match recap from Arthur Ashe Stadium announcer Andy Taylor.
Lots of red in this scoreline…Set-2 turned into a service-game bloodbath. Both Andreescu and 2-time Finalist Wozniacki had a clear beat on each others’ offerings.
Wozniacki made the most of her 4 break chances. Meanwhile, Andreescu completely overwhelmed the 2018 Australian Open champ, breaking Caroline 4-times in a ridiculous 13-opportunities.
Round of 16 in Bianca Andreescu’s US Open main draw debut? That’s a solid week for the 19-year-old Canadian. But she’s not done. She’ll get the Serve-and-Volley Cinderella Story in Round-4.
NEXT: Taylor Townsend -116- (USA) vs  Bianca Andreescu -15- (CAN)
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Round-3 Biography |  Bianca Andreescu -15- (CAN)
At just 19-years-old, she is through to Round-3 in her US Open main-draw debut. He breakthrough season began week-1, when as a qualifier in Auckland she won 7 consecutive matches to reach her first career WTA Final. She went on to win her first Grand Slam main draw match at the Australian Open, won the titles in Newport and Indian Wells – and just last week, defeated 3 top-10 players to capture the title at the US Open Series event in Toronto. She started the year ranked outside the top-100, but comes into today’s 3rd-Round match as the World #15. From Ontario, Canada – Please welcome Bianca Andreescu.
▲ R3: def  Caroline Wozniacki -19- (DEN) 64 64
▲ R2: def Kisrten Flipkens -110- (BEL) 63 75
▲ R1: def Katie Volynets -413- (USA) 62 64
Round-3 Biography | 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
Head to Head
These two had met once before. Bianca Andreescu won that match earlier this year in Auckland’s Round of 16.