Caroline Wozniacki and Agnieszka Radwanska are in action on day two of the ASB Classic.
WTA Staff
January 2, 2018

Play starts at 11am unless otherwise stated

CENTRE COURT
Play starts at 12.30pm

[Q] Sachia VICKERY (USA) v Lauren DAVIS (USA) [5]

[WC] Sara ERRANI (ITA) v Barbora STRYCOVA (CZE) [3]

Agnieszka RADWANSKA (POL) [4] v Beatriz HADDAD MAIA (BRA)

Not before 7pm
Caroline WOZNIACKI (DEN) [1] v Madison BRENGLE (USA)

GRANDSTAND

Varvara LEPCHENKO (USA) v Mona BARTHEL (GER) [7]

Yulia PUTINTSEVA (KAZ) [6] v [Q] Ysaline BONAVENTURE (BEL)

Not before 1.30pm
Christina MCHALE (USA) v Taylor TOWNSEND (USA)

Polona HERCOG (SLO) v Alison VAN UYTVANCK (BEL) (to a finish - 0-1)

Eri HOZUMI (JPN) / Miyu KATO (JPN) [1] v Lauren DAVIS (USA) / Christina MCHALE (USA)

COURT 2

[WC] Sofia KENIN (USA) v [Q] Jana FETT (CRO)

Veronica CEPEDE ROYG (PAR) v Lara ARRUABARRENA (ESP)

Kurumi NARA (JPN) v Johanna LARSSON (SWE)

Arantxa RUS (NED) / Silvia SOLER-ESPINOSA (ES) v [WC] Paige Mary HOURIGAN (NZL) / Erin ROUTLIFFE (NZL)

Asia MUHAMMAD (USA) / Barbora STEFKOVA (CZE) v Sara ERRANI (ITA) / Bibiane SCHOOFS (NED)

COURT 5

Tereza MRDEZA (CRO) / Conny PERRIN (SUI) v Arina RODIONOVA (AUS) / Maryna ZANEVSKA (BEL) [4]

Not before 1pm
Magdalena FRECH (POL) / Prarthana THOMBARE (IND) v Mona BARTHEL (GER) / Donna VEKIC (CRO)

Kaitlyn CHRISTIAN (USA) / Sofia KENIN (USA) v Ysaline BONAVENTURE (BEL) / Viktorija GOLUBIC (SUI)


FAST FACTS

Defending champion Lauren Davis kicks off her campaign against qualifier and compatriot Sachia Vickery, against whom she has a 3-0 head-to-head record. 

Three matches on Tuesday's schedule will see two players facing each other for the first time, as Agnieszka Radwanska faces rising Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia, Yula Putintseva takes on qualifier Ysaline Bonaventure, and home hope Jade Lewis takes on Viktoria Kuzmova of Slovakia in a battle of teenagers.


Davis and Radwanska are the lone former champions in the field, with the Pole having won the title in 2013.

Wozniacki starts her week in New Zealand with a chance at returning to the World No.1 ranking. Should the Dane win the title this week, she would need Garbiñe Muguruza to fall before the final in Brisbane, and Simona Halep to be upset before the quarterfinal stage in Shenzhen.