2018 Australian Open - Women's Singles
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2018 Australian Open %E2%80%93 Women's Singles
Women's Singles
2018 Australian Open
ChampionDenmark Caroline Wozniacki
Runner-upRomania Simona Halep
Final score7-6(7-2), 3-6, 6-4
Details
Draw128 (12 Q / 8 WC )
Seeds32
Events
Singles men women boys girls
Doubles men women mixed boys girls
WC Singles men women quad
WC Doubles men women quad
Legends men women mixed
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Caroline Wozniacki defeated Simona Halep in the final, 7-6(7-2), 3-6, 6-4 to win the Women's Singles tennis title at the 2018 Australian Open. Wozniacki was the first Danish player to win a Grand Slam singles title.[1]

Wozniacki also regained the WTA no. 1 singles ranking for the first time since 2012.[2] Both finalists saved match points earlier in the tournament: Halep saved three match points against Lauren Davis in the third round and two match points against Angelique Kerber in the semifinals, while Wozniacki saved two match points against Jana Fett in the second round. Halep lost in a Grand Slam final for the third time, though she would eventually win the French Open months later.[3]

Serena Williams was the defending champion, but chose not to participate this year, stating that she was not fully fit after giving birth to her daughter in September 2017.

In addition to Wozniacki and Halep, Garbiñe Muguruza, Elina Svitolina, Karolína Plí?ková and Je?ena Ostapenko were also in contention for the no. 1 singles ranking at the start of the tournament.[4]

The third round match between Halep and Davis lasted 48 games, tying Chanda Rubin and Arantxa Sánchez Vicario's 1996 quarterfinal match for the Australian Open's record for most games played in a women's match.[5]

At 15 years and 6 months old, Marta Kostyuk became the youngest player to win a main draw match at the Australian Open since Martina Hingis in 1996 and the youngest to reach the third round at any Grand Slam event since Mirjana Lu?i?-Baroni at the 1997 US Open.[6] Kostyuk was the youngest player to qualify for a Grand Slam main draw since Sesil Karatantcheva at the 2005 Australian Open.[7]

Seeds

01.   Romania Simona Halep (Final)
02.   Denmark Caroline Wozniacki (Champion)
03.   Spain Garbiñe Muguruza (Second round)
04.   Ukraine Elina Svitolina (Quarterfinals)
05.   United States Venus Williams (First round)
06.   Czech Republic Karolína Plí?ková (Quarterfinals)
07.   Latvia Je?ena Ostapenko (Third round)
08.   France Caroline Garcia (Fourth round)
09.   United Kingdom Johanna Konta (Second round)
10.   United States CoCo Vandeweghe (First round)
11.   France Kristina Mladenovic (First round)
12.   Germany Julia Görges (Second round)
13.   United States Sloane Stephens (First round)
14.   Latvia Anastasija Sevastova (Second round)
15.   Russia Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Second round)
16.   Russia Elena Vesnina (Second round)
17.   United States Madison Keys (Quarterfinals)
18.   Australia Ashleigh Barty (Third round)
19.   Slovakia Magdaléna Rybáriková (Fourth round)
20.   Czech Republic Barbora Strýcová (Fourth round)
21.   Germany Angelique Kerber (Semifinals)
22.   Russia Daria Kasatkina (Second round)
23.   Australia Daria Gavrilova (Second round)
24.   Slovakia Dominika Cibulková (First round)
25.   China Peng Shuai (First round)
26.   Poland Agnieszka Radwa?ska (Third round)
27.   Czech Republic Petra Kvitová (First round)
28.   Croatia Mirjana Lu?i?-Baroni (Second round)
29.   Czech Republic Lucie ?afá?ová (Third round)
30.   Netherlands Kiki Bertens (Third round)
31.   Russia Ekaterina Makarova (First round)
32.   Estonia Anett Kontaveit (Fourth round)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Qualifying

Wildcards

Draw

Key

Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
               
1 Romania Simona Halep 6 6
6 Czech Republic Karolína Plí?ková 3 2
1 Romania Simona Halep 6 4 9
21 Germany Angelique Kerber 3 6 7
21 Germany Angelique Kerber 6 6
17 United States Madison Keys 1 2
1 Romania Simona Halep 62 6 4
2 Denmark Caroline Wozniacki 77 3 6
Belgium Elise Mertens 6 6
4 Ukraine Elina Svitolina 4 0
Belgium Elise Mertens 3 62
2 Denmark Caroline Wozniacki 6 77
Spain Carla Suárez Navarro 0 77 2
2 Denmark Caroline Wozniacki 6 63 6

Top half

Section 1

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
1 Romania S Halep 77 6
WC Australia D Aiava 65 1 1 Romania S Halep 6 6
Canada E Bouchard 6 77 Canada E Bouchard 2 2
France O Dodin 3 65 1 Romania S Halep 4 6 15
United States L Davis 64 6 6 United States L Davis 6 4 13
Slovakia J ?epelová 77 3 1 United States L Davis 4 6 6
Germany A Petkovic 6 4 10 Germany A Petkovic 6 0 0
27 Czech Republic P Kvitová 3 6 8 1 Romania S Halep 6 6
18 Australia A Barty 62 6 6 Japan N Osaka 3 2
Belarus A Sabalenka 77 4 4 18 Australia A Barty 5 6 6
Italy C Giorgi 6 6 Italy C Giorgi 7 4 1
Q Russia A Kalinskaya 4 3 18 Australia A Barty 4 2
Japan N Osaka 7 6 Japan N Osaka 6 6
PR Slovakia K Ku?ová 5 2 Japan N Osaka 77 6
Tunisia O Jabeur 3 4 16 Russia E Vesnina 64 2
16 Russia E Vesnina 6 6

Section 2

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
9 United Kingdom J Konta 6 6
United States M Brengle 3 1 9 United Kingdom J Konta 4 5
Q Russia A Blinkova 2 2 LL United States B Pera 6 7
LL United States B Pera 6 6 LL United States B Pera 2 2
Spain L Arruabarrena 6 6 20 Czech Republic B Strýcová 6 6
Netherlands R Hogenkamp 1 2 Spain L Arruabarrena 3 4
WC United States K Ahn 1 5 20 Czech Republic B Strýcová 6 6
20 Czech Republic B Strýcová 6 7 20 Czech Republic B Strýcová 77 3 2
29 Czech Republic L ?afá?ová 7 6 6 Czech Republic Ka Plí?ková 65 6 6
WC Australia A Tomljanovi? 5 3 29 Czech Republic L ?afá?ová 6 6
Romania S Cîrstea 5 6 6 Romania S Cîrstea 2 4
Kazakhstan Z Diyas 7 4 3 29 Czech Republic L ?afá?ová 66 5
WC Australia L Cabrera 63 4 6 Czech Republic Ka Plí?ková 78 7
Brazil B Haddad Maia 77 6 Brazil B Haddad Maia 1 1
Paraguay V Cepede Royg 3 4 6 Czech Republic Ka Plí?ková 6 6
6 Czech Republic Ka Plí?ková 6 6

Section 3

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
3 Spain G Muguruza 6 6
WC France J Ponchet 4 3 3 Spain G Muguruza 61 4
Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh 0 6 8 Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh 77 6
Q China L Zhu 6 0 6 Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh 6 7
Russia N Vikhlyantseva 6 3 4 26 Poland A Radwa?ska 2 5
Ukraine L Tsurenko 3 6 6 Ukraine L Tsurenko 6 5 3
Czech Republic Kr Plí?ková 6 3 2 26 Poland A Radwa?ska 2 7 6
26 Poland A Radwa?ska 2 6 6 Chinese Taipei S-w Hsieh 6 5 2
21 Germany A Kerber 6 6 21 Germany A Kerber 4 7 6
PR Germany A-L Friedsam 0 4 21 Germany A Kerber 6 6
Japan N Hibino 5 3 Croatia D Veki? 4 1
Croatia D Veki? 7 6 21 Germany A Kerber 6 6
Germany T Maria 1 4 Russia M Sharapova 1 3
Russia M Sharapova 6 6 Russia M Sharapova 6 77
United States V Lepchenko 6 3 2 14 Latvia A Sevastova 1 64
14 Latvia A Sevastova 3 6 6

Section 4

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
11 France K Mladenovic 3 2
Romania A Bogdan 6 6 Romania A Bogdan 1 6 6
Kazakhstan Y Putintseva 7 78 Kazakhstan Y Putintseva 6 2 3
United Kingdom H Watson 5 66 Romania A Bogdan 3 4
Slovenia P Hercog 62 4 17 United States M Keys 6 6
Russia E Alexandrova 77 6 Russia E Alexandrova 0 1
China Q Wang 1 5 17 United States M Keys 6 6
17 United States M Keys 6 7 17 United States M Keys 6 6
28 Croatia M Lu?i?-Baroni 78 5 6 8 France C Garcia 3 2
United States S Rogers 66 7 2 28 Croatia M Lu?i?-Baroni 3 1
United States C McHale 3 2 Belarus A Sasnovich 6 6
Belarus A Sasnovich 6 6 Belarus A Sasnovich 3 7 2
Japan K Nara 5 4 8 France C Garcia 6 5 6
Czech Republic M Vondrou?ová 7 6 Czech Republic M Vondrou?ová 77 2 6
Germany C Witthöft 5 3 8 France C Garcia 63 6 8
8 France C Garcia 7 6

Bottom half

Section 5

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
5 United States V Williams 3 5
Switzerland B Bencic 6 7 Switzerland B Bencic 1 3
Q Thailand L Kumkhum 6 7 Q Thailand L Kumkhum 6 6
Sweden J Larsson 3 5 Q Thailand L Kumkhum 3 6 5
Belgium A Van Uytvanck 65 3 Croatia P Marti? 6 3 7
Croatia P Marti? 77 6 Croatia P Marti? 6 77
Romania I-C Begu 3 6 8 Romania I-C Begu 4 63
31 Russia E Makarova 6 4 6 Croatia P Marti? 65 5
23 Australia D Gavrilova 6 6 Belgium E Mertens 77 7
Q United States I Falconi 1 1 23 Australia D Gavrilova 5 3
Q Slovakia V Ku?mová 2 1 Belgium E Mertens 7 6
Belgium E Mertens 6 6 Belgium E Mertens 7 6
France A Cornet 6 6 France A Cornet 5 4
WC China X Wang 4 2 France A Cornet 6 6
United States S Kenin 4 4 12 Germany J Görges 4 3
12 Germany J Görges 6 6

Section 6

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
13 United States S Stephens 6 62 2
China S Zhang 2 77 6 China S Zhang 4 65
Q Czech Republic D Allertová 6 6 Q Czech Republic D Allertová 6 77
France P Parmentier 3 0 Q Czech Republic D Allertová 6 6
United States J Brady 6 4 3 Poland M Linette 1 4
Poland M Linette 2 6 6 Poland M Linette 77 6
Q Slovakia AK Schmiedlová 0 3 22 Russia D Kasatkina 64 2
22 Russia D Kasatkina 6 6 Q Czech Republic D Allertová 3 0
25 China S Peng 2 2 4 Ukraine E Svitolina 6 6
Q Ukraine M Kostyuk 6 6 Q Ukraine M Kostyuk 6 7
WC Australia J Fourlis 3 77 2 WC Australia O Rogowska 3 5
WC Australia O Rogowska 6 63 6 Q Ukraine M Kostyuk 2 2
Greece M Sakkari 2 77 4 4 Ukraine E Svitolina 6 6
Czech Republic K Siniaková 6 65 6 Czech Republic K Siniaková 6 2 1
Q Serbia I Jorovi? 3 2 4 Ukraine E Svitolina 4 6 6
4 Ukraine E Svitolina 6 6

Section 7

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
7 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 6
Italy F Schiavone 1 4 7 Latvia J Ostapenko 6 3 6
China Y Duan 6 6 China Y Duan 3 6 4
Colombia M Duque Mariño 0 1 7 Latvia J Ostapenko 3 6 3
Romania M Niculescu 4 5 32 Estonia A Kontaveit 6 1 6
Germany M Barthel 6 7 Germany M Barthel 3 6 3
Serbia A Kruni? 4 5 32 Estonia A Kontaveit 6 4 6
32 Estonia A Kontaveit 6 7 32 Estonia A Kontaveit 6 4 6
24 Slovakia D Cibulková 2 2 Spain C Suárez Navarro 4 6 8
Estonia K Kanepi 6 6 Estonia K Kanepi 6 6
Australia S Stosur 6 66 4 Puerto Rico M Puig 4 3
Puerto Rico M Puig 4 78 6 Estonia K Kanepi 6 1 3
Spain C Suárez Navarro 7 6 Spain C Suárez Navarro 3 6 6
Q Poland M Fr?ch 5 3 Spain C Suárez Navarro 6 2 6
Hungary T Babos 77 6 Hungary T Babos 4 6 2
10 United States C Vandeweghe 64 2

Section 8

First Round Second Round Third Round Fourth Round
15 Russia A Pavlyuchenkova 3 6 6
Ukraine K Kozlova 6 4 3 15 Russia A Pavlyuchenkova 2 3
Q Switzerland V Golubic 63 6 2 Ukraine K Bondarenko 6 6
Ukraine K Bondarenko 77 4 6 Ukraine K Bondarenko 5 6 1
Belgium K Flipkens 2 78 6 19 Slovakia M Rybáriková 7 3 6
United States A Riske 6 66 3 Belgium K Flipkens 4 6 2
United States T Townsend 0 5 19 Slovakia M Rybáriková 6 0 6
19 Slovakia M Rybáriková 6 7 19 Slovakia M Rybáriková 3 0
30 Netherlands K Bertens 65 6 6 2 Denmark C Wozniacki 6 6
United States C Bellis 77 4 2 30 Netherlands K Bertens 77 6
United States N Gibbs 6 6 United States N Gibbs 63 0
LL Bulgaria V Tomova 1 1 30 Netherlands K Bertens 4 3
Croatia J Fett 6 6 2 Denmark C Wozniacki 6 6
PR Japan M Eguchi 3 2 Croatia J Fett 6 2 5
Romania M Buz?rnescu 2 3 2 Denmark C Wozniacki 3 6 7
2 Denmark C Wozniacki 6 6

Championship match statistics

Category Denmark Wozniacki Romania Halep
1st serve % 59/102 (58%) 71/116 (61%)
1st serve points won 39 of 59 = 66% 46 of 71 = 65%
2nd serve points won 22 of 43 = 51% 21 of 45 = 47%
Total service points won 61 of 102 = 59.80% 67 of 116 = 57.76%
Aces 2 6
Double faults 6 1
Winners 25 40
Unforced errors 28 47
Net points won 11 of 17 = 65% 11 of 12 = 92%
Break points converted 5 of 14 = 36% 5 of 12 = 42%
Return points won 49 of 116 = 42% 41 of 102 = 40%
Total points won 110 108
Source

References

  1. ^ "Caroline Wozniacki wins Australian Open title after epic battle with Halep". Guardian. 27 January 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ Piers Newberry (27 January 2018). "Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki beats Simona Halep to win first Grand Slam title". BBC Sport.
  3. ^ Simon Cambers (25 January 2018). "Simona Halep to meet Caroline Wozniacki in the Australian Open final". The Guardian. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ Courtney Nguyen (11 January 2018). "No.1 Chase: The Fab Five hunting Halep in Melbourne". WTA Insider.
  5. ^ "Australian Open: Simona Halep beats Lauren Davis in a record-equalling three-set epic". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 20 January 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Australian Open 2018: Marta Kostyuk, 15, reaches third round in Melbourne". BBC. 17 January 2018. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ Alex MacPherson (15 January 2018). "15-year-old Kostyuk ousts Peng in Slam debut". wtatennis.com. Retrieved 2018.

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