American Keys overpowers Wozniacki to win Volvo Car Open

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"I think I served well in most of the match and I think I returned really well most of the match as well, and I just tried to stay aggressive as much as I could and tried to make her run and make her move", Wozniacki said.

Entering only the fourth WTA tournament in 2019, the world no. 18 Madison Keys has delivered her best tennis on clay, beating five rivals top claim Volvo Open crown in Charleston, the fourth in a career and the first in a year and a half.

Wozniacki, world number 13, grabbed a 4-2 lead in the second set but the 16th-seeded Martic bounced back to level at 4-4 before the Dane broke back and closed out the match.

"It's definitely been a really great week for me, especially after having some really tough losses the last couple of weeks", Keys continued. "So I'm just going to go out and try to have some fun", she added.

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Keys led 4-3 in the first set when rain halted her match with Puerto Rico's Puig.

"It was a really good first week, for my [new] coach and I, so hopefully we can keep this up, kind of a high-bar!" mentioned Keys after the match.

The rain delay helped Keys.

A netcord earned her a break to go 4-2 up, and from there she was not going to surrender the initiative and duly closed out the set to complete the win.

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"Honestly, it was good", she said.

Keys, who reached the final in 2015 before falling to Angelique Kerber, had 29 winners, including nine aces, to just 17 unforced errors in the clash, as she reeled off the final eight games to zip to victory.

Defending champion Garbine Muguruza of Spain will have a chance to repeat after notching a 6-2, 6-3 victory over eighth-seeded Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia in the semifinals at Monterrey, Mexico.

Azarenka came out the victor in her only previous meeting with Spain's Muguruza, a hard-fought 7-6 (6), 7-6 (4) win on the hard courts in Miami in 2016.

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