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- - Wozniacki will next take on the winner of Tamira Paszek of Austria or German Julia Gorges in the second round. View the full women's drawsheet by clicking here
6-2 - WOZNIACKI WINS THROUGH! In one hour and 23 minutes, the Dane clinches a straight-sets victory over Wozniak, and the number four seed is delighted with her display as she skips merrily off the court while waving to everyone in sight!
5-2 - Wozniacki arrests her sudden slump with a good hold under pressure to restore her three-game cushion and move to within one hold of sealing victory. Can Wozniak hold and keep this match alive?
4-2 - Wozniak consolidates her break of serve with a good hold to 15 as the Dane looks to hit straight back, but cannot make an impact. Wozniak fires two big deliveries down the T, and reduces the deficit further.
4-1 - WOZNIAK BREAKS BACK! Wozniak continues to struggle on serve, but she takes her opponent's delivery apart to get herself on the board in this second set! Wozniacki loses her intensity slightly, and is punished.
4-0 - WOZNIACKI BREAKS AGAIN! The Dane is flying now as she breaks for a second time in this set to establish a stranglehold over her opponent! Wozniak's delivery is lacking in potency as she sees two second serves pummelled ruthlessly into the corners!
3-0 - Wozniak can do nothing to prevent her opponent from consolidating her break of serve and establishing a 3-0 lead in this second set! Wozniacki is oozing with confidence now as she saunters through the set.
2-0 - WOZNIACKI BREAKS! The Dane is looking very clinical now indeed, as she bulldozes her way through Wozniak's first service game of the second set, with an array of powerful groundstrokes. Wozniacki looks to be cruising now!
1-0 - Wozniacki holds her serve to get on the board immediately in this second set, and she piles the pressure on her opponent in the process. Can the Canadian now respond to establish herself in this second set?
- - In the match on the Rod Laver Arena, Svetlana Kuznetsova has taken the opening set against compatriot Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia. Click here to follow a live match commentary
6-4 - SET WOZNIACKI! Despite having her serve broken in the previous game, Wozniacki is undeterred and hits straight back to take the first set 6-4! The Dane races to 0-40 with two crunching backhand winners, and closes out the set with a deft forehand down the line.
5-4 - WOZNIAK BREAKS BACK! The pressure appears to hamper Wozniacki as she serves for the set, and she hits two unforced errors with over-hit forehands to squander her advantage. Wozniak is looking much better now as she plays with freedom.
5-3 - Wozniak narrows the deficit with a solid hold, despite being put under intense pressure from her opponent, who pushes her out to deuce on two occasions. Can Wozniacki serve out for the first set now?
5-2 - The Dane moves to within one game of taking the first set as Wozniak fails to make an impact on her opponent's serve. Wozniacki looks very composed indeed as she looks to close it out.
4-2 - WOZNIACKI BREAKS! The Dane capitalises on some sloppy serving from her opponent, and strikes at the business end of the first set to set herself up for the opener! Wozniak loses her rhythm and is punished as she drives a forehand long and is broken.
3-2 - Wozniacki holds her serve to 15 with a minimum of fuss, and the Dane looks very confident indeed as she rattles through her games in clinical fashion. Can Wozniak keep the pace now?
2-2 - Wozniak remians composed as she repels her opponent's early advances to hold serve once more. Wozniacki drives two forehands down the line to force 15-30, but Wozniak responds swiftly to level the first set at 2-2.
2-1 - Wozniacki keeps her nose in front with a clinical hold, and she uses an expansive array of shots to outwit her opponent from the back of the court. The Dane holds to 30, but Wozniak never looks like making a real impact in the game.
1-1 - Wozniak begins brightly with a confident hold to 15. The Canadian levels it up in this first set, and both players have established themselves with convincing holds now.
1-0 - The Dane makes a steady start as Wozniak lashes two returns wildly beyond the baseline, and allows her opponent to complete a pretty comfortable service hold to begin the first set.
0-0 - Wozniacki wins the toss and elects to serve first on the Hirsense Arena.
- - This pair have met on six occasions, with Wozniacki winning five of the matches and losing one. Wozniak's only win came as her opponent retired hurt in Tokyo last year, while Wozniacki won at Wimbledon in 2008.
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- - Fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark takes on Canada's Aleksandra Wozniak in her Australian Open first-round match.
|Date of Birth||11/07/1990|
|Date of Birth||07/09/1987|