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Wozniacki's Big Day: The Gallery

From the match to the celebrations, Caroline Wozniacki's big day in Beijing is right here.

Published October 07, 2010 12:00

Wozniacki needed to win her match against Petra Kvitova on Thursday night to secure a rise to No.1.
Wozniacki needed to win her match against Petra Kvitova on Thursday night to secure a rise to No.1.
Wozniacki had lost her last encounter with Petra Kvitova, a 62 60 defeat at Wimbledon in the summer.
Wozniacki had lost her last encounter with Petra Kvitova, a 62 60 defeat at Wimbledon in the summer.
Wozniacki was broken in the opening game of the match but steadied herself from there on Lotus Court.
Wozniacki was broken in the opening game of the match but steadied herself from there on Lotus Court.
After just an hour and 15 minutes, Wozniacki closed out the match, 63 62, serving it out handily.
After just an hour and 15 minutes, Wozniacki closed out the match, 63 62, serving it out handily.
Stacey Allaster presented Wozniacki with the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour World No.1 trophy after the match.
Stacey Allaster presented Wozniacki with the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour World No.1 trophy after the match.
Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
Wozniacki posed for photographers with a giant No.1. She is the 20th player ever to rise to No.1.
Wozniacki posed for photographers with a giant No.1. She is the 20th player ever to rise to No.1.
Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
  • Wozniacki needed to win her match against Petra Kvitova on Thursday night to secure a rise to No.1.
  • Wozniacki had lost her last encounter with Petra Kvitova, a 62 60 defeat at Wimbledon in the summer.
  • Wozniacki was broken in the opening game of the match but steadied herself from there on Lotus Court.
  • After just an hour and 15 minutes, Wozniacki closed out the match, 63 62, serving it out handily.
  • Stacey Allaster presented Wozniacki with the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour World No.1 trophy after the match.
  • Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
  • Wozniacki with the No.1 trophy.
  • Wozniacki posed for photographers with a giant No.1. She is the 20th player ever to rise to No.1.
  • Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
  • Wozniacki with a special message on the scoreboard.
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