Osaka apologises to beaten Beijing opponent

Osaka apologises to beaten Beijing opponent

Osaka apologises to beaten Beijing opponent

Caroline Wozniacki staved off a second-set comeback attempt from Anastasija Sevastova to win 6-3 6-3 and reclaim the China Open trophy.

Caroline Wozniacki collected her 30th career WTA singles title with victory in the China Open on Sunday.

Naomi Osaka powered into the semifinals of the China Open on Friday with a come-from-behind 3-6, 6-4, 7-5 win over hometown favorite Zhang Shuai.

Osaka's shock triumph - at such a young age and against one of the greatest tennis players of all time - propelled her into the limelight.

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In the men's Beijing Open, top seed Juan Martin del Potro progressed to the final by walkover against Italy's Fabio Fognini.

That's basically why." Osaka, who is still overcoming the tiredness post the US Open further added, "I just kind of felt a little bit exhausted practising and warming up for the match.

"But my back's sort of been bothering me since the beginning of the tournament. I'm just, like, 'Oh, I guess I have to do more, to be better'".

The Latvian said she had sustained the problem in her win over Croatia's Donna Vekic in the last 16.

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"I'm kind of happy that I was able to get this far".

Wozniacki's victory is bound to boost her confidence ahead of this month's season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore, where the 28-year-old is the defending champion.

"Unfortunately, I have been playing through pain in my back this whole week", the world number six said in a subsequent statement released by organisers.

"Having won again... eight is my lucky number and it is eight years ago I won here so I felt like it was my year", world number two Wozniacki said.

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