Wozniacki's Second Act
Caroline Wozniacki was on fire in the second half of 2010. See all the photos right here.
Published December 19, 2010 12:00
Wozniacki kicked off the post-Wimbledon season with her second WTA title of the year in Copenhagen.
After a third round loss in Cincinnati, Wozniacki won her third WTA title of the year in Montreal.
Wozniacki posed with Anne Worcester and the Yale football team after winning her opener in New Haven.
Wozniacki won her fourth WTA title of the year in New Haven. She is now 13-0 lifetime in New Haven.
Having gone 14-1 in the summer hardcourt season, Wozniacki received the Olympus US Open Series title.
Wozniacki was the No.1 seed at a Grand Slam for the first time in her career at the US Open.
Wozniacki lost three games in her first three matches at the US Open. She would fall in the semifinals.
Wozniacki rebounded from her US Open semifinal loss with stellar form a few weeks later in Tokyo.
Wozniacki won her fifth WTA title of 2010 in Tokyo, beating Elena Dementieva in the final, 16 62 63.
Wozniacki arrived in Beijing with the chance of taking the No.1 ranking if she reached the quarters.
Complementing on-court success with off-court class, Wozniacki shone at the Beijing opening party.
Wozniacki beat Petra Kvitova in the third round of Beijing to secure a rise to the No.1 ranking.
Wozniacki went on to win her sixth WTA title of 2010 in Beijing, beating Vera Zvonareva in the final.
Wozniacki won more WTA titles than anyone in 2010 with six. She ascended to No.1 on October 11.
Wozniacki secured the year-end No.1 ranking in Doha. She has won 32 of her last 36 matches on the WTA.