Caroline Wozniacki battled back from a set down on Tuesday to defeat Agnieszka Radwanska at the WTA ChampionshipsYou can watch and bet on the action from the WTA Championships at bet365
Caroline Wozniacki began her WTA Championships campaign with a win on Tuesday, fighting back from a set down to clinch a 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 success. The world No. 1 dropped three set points in the first set, but regained her composure in the second. When the pairing were tied at 4-4 in the third, it was Wozniacki that took the the initiative.
"Agnieszka has been playing very well lately,” commented Wozniacki after the contest. “It was a bit frustrating not to get the first set after having three set points, but I managed to keep my head cool and fight back. In a match like this, it's small points and small things that make a difference. I won most of the important points in the third set. I just kept focusing on one point at a time."
Radwanska has now slipped to a 0-5 match record against world No. 1’s, but she wasn’t too downbeat about losing. "I lost against the No.1 in the world, and it was a good match until the end. Of course I had my chances. I made a little too many mistakes sometimes in the important moments, and the surface is different and I'll have to get used to it, but I think I can play better in the next match. I didn't play badly, but I could feel more comfortable."You can watch and bet on the action from the WTA Championships at bet365