Caroline Wozniacki moves to the semi-final at US Open 2009 by defeated Melanie Oudin


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Thursday September 10, 2009


Kim Clijsters defeats Caroline Wozniackito wim the Final at the US Open 2009

Serena Williams Disquilified, Kim Clijsters will meet Caroline Wozniacki tonight in the Final at the US Open 2009

Caroline Wozniacki moves to the semi-final at US Open 2009 by defeated Melanie Oudin

Caroline Wozniacki moves to the semi-final at US Open 2009 by defeated Melanie Oudin for the first time in a Gran Slam.

Melanie's coach and sister was wearing a Believe T-Shirt

Melanie only 17 years old now #70 in the world will be ranked after the US Open #43 from 70

As for Caroline well will move to #7 from 9

And Kim will finally get a ranking of 52

Caroline has 3 Tiltes this year like Victoria, Dinara and Elena

Caroline started on fired leading 3-0. Melanie finally holds, 3-1. Caroline keeps holding and breaking, 5-1. Now Caroline gives 2 breal points and a double fault gives the game to to Melanie. Melanie gives 3 set points to Caroline and a wild backhand to the left gives the first set to Caroline.

Caroline serving first in the second set and holding, 1-0. We just saw Tracy Austin in the crowd. Melanie keeps on fighting, 1-1. Caroline gives 2 break points but holds, 2-1. Melanie holds, 2-2. Very long game and so much troubles for Caroline, ball that was called out it is in, many break points plus 2 double faults but Caroline stays calm and wins this game point finally, 3-2. Caroline breaks, 4-2. Alec Baldwin in the crowd. Melanie keeps on hitting the ball into the net and Caroline wins the game, Caroline now leads

, 5-2. Now Melanie serving to stay in the match. Kate Hudson the daughter oof Oscar winning and funny actress Goldie Hawn. And Caroline breaks and wins the match. 6-2, 6-2.

Melanie full of emotions then Pam Shriver asked her if she would be willing to have a little interview with her before walking of court, and she did, Melanie was very courteous and thank the crowd for being there for her all week and congratulated Caroline


Caroline as well congratulated Melanie and the crowd with a lot of class

Now Caroline will meet Yanina in the semi-final at the US Open 2009 for the first time.

Caroline just won the Pilot Pen Tournament for the second year in row. Caroline has actually 8 victories in a row. Plus Caroline has to most matchs won this year, more then No.4 Elena Dementieva (50) and No. 1 Dinara Safina (52) with 56 victories.

Kuz started to serve first then got broken and breaks right back for 1-1, then both held so now it is 2-2. Kuz holds 3-2. Kuz looking strong and breaks Caroline, 4-2. 7 Unforved Errors each so far. Kuz stays strong for a 5-2 lead.

Caroline will now face the new famous Melanie Oudin in the quarter final

Information on Caroline and Svetlana


? By the time she arrived in New York, Wozniacki had also played the most matches of all players in 2009 (73); in the 2008 season she played a total of 78 matches

? Wozniacki is one of four players to win three singles titles this year (along with Azarenka, Dementieva and Safina)

? Aged 19 years, Wozniacki is the youngest member of the Top 20

? Still looking for her first Grand Slam quarterfinal, Wozniacki is also the highest ranked player yet to reach a semifinal at one of the Grand Slams

? Svetlana Kuznetsova was one of five former US Open champions in the field at the start of the tournament (along with S. Williams, V.Williams, Sharapova and Clijsters)

? Kuznetsova’s 2r win over Sevastova was her 90th in Grand Slam play

? Kuznetsova entered the US Open with the second best percentage of points won on second serve on Tour (50.8 per cent across 42 matches)

? Kuznetsova was the first Russian to win the US Open women’s singles title back in 2004, in what was the second all- Russian Grand Slam final (after Roland Garros earlier in the season)

? Kuznetsova is gunning for her 12th Grand Slam quarterfinal. The 2004 US Open champion and 2009 French Open champion is the only Grand Slam winner left this half of the draw


Date of Birth (Age) July 11, 1990 (19) 2009 Prize $ (USD)* $1,241,689

Residence Monte Carlo, Monaco 2009 Titles (Singles/Doubles)^ 3 / 1

Current Singles Rank* No.8 Career Prize $ (USD)* $2,120,497

Highest Singles Rank* No.8 (August 3, 2009) Career Titles (Singles/Doubles)^ 6 / 2

^denotes Sony EricssonWTA Tour events and Grand Slams only

*prize money figure does not include this tournament

TOURNAMENT HISTORY: Third consecutive main draw appearance at US Open; reached 4r in 2008 (as No.21 seed, d. No.14 seed Azarenka en route, l. to No.2 seed and eventual runner-up Jankovic in 3s); reached 2r on her debut in 2007 (l. to qualifier Cornet) 2009 HIGHLIGHTS: Won (3): Ponte Vedra Beach, Eastbourne, New Haven; R-Up (4): Memphis, Charleston, Madrid, Bastad; QF (6): Auckland, Sydney, Pattaya City, Indian Wells, Miami, Cincinnati; 4r (1): Wimbledon

? As No.2 seed won fourth Tour singles title at Ponte Vedra Beach (d. Wozniak in final), surviving two 3s scares en route

? Won fifth career Tour singles title at Eastbourne (as No.6 seed, d. Razzano in final)

? Won sixth career Tour singles title at New Haven (as No.2 seed, d. No.3 seed Pennetta en route, d. Vesnina in final; won title without the loss of a set; win over world No.10 Pennetta was seventh Top 10 win)

*Seedings based on rankings w/o August 24, 2009; rankings in brackets w/o August 31

? Three-time runner-up, at Memphis (as top seed, l. to No.2 seed Azarenka), Charleston (as No.5 seed, d. top seedDementieva; l. to No.16 seed Lisicki; win over world No.3 Dementieva was sixth and best Top 10 win) and Madrid (as No.9 seed, did not drop a set in beating Peer, Lepchenko, Kleybanova, Dushevina and Mauresmo; l. to world No.1 Safina); after Madrid, rose from No.11 to No.10, becoming first Danish woman to rank in singles Top 10; and Bastad (as top seed, l. to Martinez Sanchez)

? Also six-time quarterfinalist: at Auckland (as No.2 seed, l. to Vesnina in 3s), Sydney (l. to top seed S.Williams 67(5) 63 76(3); held 3mp at 6-5 third set), Pattaya City (as No.2 seed, l. to No.8 seed Rybarikova), Indian Wells (as No.9 seed, l. to No.4 seed and eventual champion Zvonareva), Miami (as No.13 seed, d. No.4 seed Dementeiva en route, falling to No.8 seed Kuznetsova in 3s; win over world No.4 Dementieva was fifth Top 10 win) and Cincinnati (as No.8 seed, l. to No.4 seed Dementieva)

? Reached 4r at Wimbledon (as No.9 seed, l. to Lisicki)

? 3r at Australian Open (as No.11 seed, l. to WC Dokic in 3s), Rome (as No.9 seed, l. to No.6 seed Azarenka) and Roland Garros (as No.10 seed, l. to Cirstea)

? 2r at Stuttgart (as No.7 seed, l. to Bartoli), Los Angeles (as No.4 seed, l. opener after bye to Cirstea, in third set tiebreak) and Toronto (as No.8 seed w/1r bye, l. to Zheng)

? Won second Tour doubles title at Memphis (w/Azarenka)


? Six-time Tour singles champion, at 2008 Stockholm (Tier IV), 2008 New Haven (Tier II), 2008 Tokyo [Japan Open] (Tier III), 2009 Ponte Vedra Beach (International), 2009 Eastbourne (Premier) and 2009 New Haven (Premier)

? Five-time runner-up, at 2008 Luxembourg and 2009 Memphis, Charleston, Madrid and Bastad

? Two-time semifinalist, at 2007 Tokyo [Japan Open] and 2008 Portoroz

? Two-time Tour doubles titlist, at 2008 Beijing (w/Medina Garrigues) and 2009 Memphis (w/Azarenka); also a runner-up at 2006 Memphis (w/Azarenka)

? Breakthrough season in 2008, highlighted by first three Tour singles titles at Stockholm, New Haven and Tokyo [Japan Open]; also won an ITF event in her native Denmark; became the first Danish woman ever to win a Tour singles title (Scheuer-Larsen is only other Danish woman to win a Tour title of any kind, winning seven Tour doubles titles in 1980s and 1990s)

? Having never beaten a Top 20 player before 2008, had 10 Top 20 wins in 2008, including four Top 10 wins (No.9 Bartoli at Doha, No.10 Bartoli at Miami, No.4 Kuznetsova at Eastbourne and No.10 A.Radwanska at Stockholm); wins over Dementieva at 2009 Miami (ranked world No.4) and 2009 Charleston (ranked world No.3) were fifth and sixth career Top 10 wins; win over Pennetta at 2009 New Haven (ranked world No.10) was seventh career Top 10 win

? After finishing 2007 ranked No.64 (finished 2006 at No.237), climbed into Top 20 on August 25 (rose from No.22 to No.18 after New Haven), finishing the season ranked No.12; broke into Top 10 on May 18, 2009, becoming first Danish woman to do so

? Played first two Tour events in 2005, four more in 2006 and spent first full year on Tour in 2007 (cracked Top 100 on July 9, 2008 afterWimbledon; finished season at No.60)

? Helped V.Williams win first career Tour doubles match with a partner other than S.Williams at 2008 Doha, going 1-1 to reach 2r there

? On ITF Women's Circuit, winner of four singles titles (one in 2006, two in 2007, one in 2008) but no doubles titles ? Member of Danish Olympic Team, 2008 and Danish Fed Cup Team 2005-09


? 2009 US Open marks 11th consecutive Grand Slam singles main draw

? Best results have been three 4r finishes: 2008 Australian Open, 2008 US Open (as No.21 seed, d. No.14 seed Azarenka en route; l. to No.2 seed Jankovic in 3s) and 2009 Wimbledon [d. No.20 seed Medina Garrigues en route, l. to Lisicki)

? 3r four times: 2008/2009 Roland Garros, 2008 Wimbledon, 2009 Australian Open ? Also reached 2r twice and fell 1r once


? Trains with adidas Player Development Program – Darren Cahill, Sven Groeneveld, Gil Reyes and Mats Merkel – coached by father, Piotr; also coached by Morten Christensen at National Tennis Center in Denmark

? Official website is

? In July 2009 was announced as the face of ‘adidas by Stella McCartney’ range of tennis range

? Junior highlights include 2006 Wimbledon champion and 2006 Australian Open runner-up (l. to Pavlyuchenkova), also 2006 Roland Garros doubles runner-up (w/A.Radwanska; l. to Fichman/Pavlyuchenkova)

? Father, Piotr, played pro soccer in Poland, Denmark; mother, Anna, played volleyball for Polish National Team; brother, Patrik, plays pro soccer in Denmark

? Favorite actor is Johnny Depp; enjoys reading Harry Potter books


Last Monday 5 previous US Open winners where here [ Venus , Maria, Kuz all are out ] and now only Kim and Serena are left.


Other News on Caroline

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Caroline Wozniacki moves to the Final at US Open 2009 by defeated Melanie Oudin

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Caroline Wozniacki wins her second Pilot Pen Tournament in a row at the Connecticut Tennis Center, Yale university, New-Haven, Connecticut




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