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Caroline Wozniacki: The Dane is looking to claim her maiden grand slam crown
Wozniacki is aiming to end the miserable run she has endured at the grand slams over the last two years
The 23-year-old has for some time been struggling to find her best form and has not reached the quarter-finals of a major since the 2012 Australian Open.
Last year she was knocked out of the Australian Open in the fourth round before suffering back-to-back second round exits at Roland Garros and Wimbledon and a third-round defeat at the US Open.
Wozniacki, who reached the 2009 final at Flushing Meadows, has traditionally been able to make the most of a limited game, one which relies on defence.
Her total of 21 ATP titles is impressive, although she won just one event last year - the BGL Luxembourg Open in October.
|05/04/14||A Ivanovic||WTA Monterrey Open presented by Heineken||SF||Lost||7-65, 6-4|
|04/04/14||K Pliskova||WTA Monterrey Open presented by Heineken||QF||Won||6-73, 6-3, 6-3|
|02/04/14||K Mladenovic||WTA Monterrey Open presented by Heineken||R2||Won||6-3, 6-4|
|01/04/14||C Vandeweghe||WTA Monterrey Open presented by Heineken||R1||Won||6-3, 7-64|
|26/03/14||N Li||WTA Sony Open Tennis||QF||Lost||7-5, 7-5|
|24/03/14||V Lepchenko||WTA Sony Open Tennis||R4||Won||6-0, 6-1|
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