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Wimbledon 2016: Svetlana Kuznetsova dumps out falling Caroline Wozniacki


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Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova got a late birthday benefaction underneath Wimbledon’s centre justice roof on Tuesday with a 7-5 6-4 win over former universe series one Caroline Wozniacki, who is projected to dump out of a tip 50 with a defeat.

The maestro 13th seed’s energy undid a Dane, who had been seeking her initial win during a grand impact this year after being dumped out of a Australian Open in a initial spin and blank Roland Garros due to injury.

The WTA women’s debate pronounced a 25-year-old, rated a best in a universe in 2010 and 2011, could dump as low as 59, depending on other results, when a new rankings are expelled a day after a men’s final.

Coming into a contest ranked 45 after injuries to her ankle, knee and wrist, it was a initial time Wozniacki, 25, had been unseeded during a vital given a 2008 Australian Open and she was visibly murky after a match.

“It kind of only sucks right now to be out of a tournament. Yeah, there’s not unequivocally most else to say,” she told reporters.

“It’s been a tough year in general. It’s been some injuries, it’s been some bad draws.

“But, we know, we only have to keep fighting …and wish eventually that’s going to spin and you’re going to take a chances you’re going to get.”

The throng was peaceful a Dane to take a compare into a third set as former universe series dual Kuznetsova, who incited 31 on Monday, tightened adult and looked like she competence poke divided her lead.

But a Russian regrouped to offer out a compare with a adore diversion as Wozniacki sailed a round prolonged off her forehand.

“She stepped adult … we got a bit moving and rushed a bit,” Kuznetsova pronounced of her late stagger as a span played on stable by a roof when all other matches were deserted due to rain.

“It was my initial knowledge of personification with a roof closed, a initial time, it was unequivocally nice,” she said, adding she was happy not to have had to play on her on birthday.