Caroline Wozniacki Wins 2018 Australian Open!

What a fantastic game of tennis!

We had no idea who had the lead during this Australian Open women’s finals, as the advantage kept turning over. Simona Halep, seeded #1, opened favourite against #2 seed Caroline Wozniacki but Wozniacki got off to a brilliant start, leading 3-0 in the first set.

Halep fought back valiantly to take the first set to the tie-breaker but eventually, Wozniacki won 7-6 (7-2 in tie-break). Halep came back very strong in the second set and won it quite comprehensively, 6-3. With the players winning 1-set each, the game was right in the balance.

Wozniacki

The top two were scheduled to meet in the final if everything went right for them in the competition and they did exactly that, giving us a match to remember. both players had their serves broken in the final set and they were 4-4 in the final set at one stage.


With Wozniacki taking a 5-4 lead, Halep had to serve to stay in the match. However, the pressure got to her and Wozniacki broke her serve, winning 6-4 and securing the game, set, match and championship! The intense game lasted for nearly three hours and this isn’t a final people will forget any time soon. Prior to this game, Wozniacki dropped only 2 sets in the entire tournament and she clearly deserved this win!

The player from Denmark registered her second Grand Slam title and first ever Australian Open title. She now has a head to head match count of 5-2 against Halep. Eyes will now turn towards the men’s final where the #2 seed will take on #6 seed Marin Cilic. Also, India’s Rohan Bopanna will be playing in the Mixed Doubles finals.

Tune in tomorrow to watch these 2018 Australian Open finals, which promise to be thrillers. If you miss them, make sure you head over to our Tennis Scoops section for full match highlights.

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