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She advanced to the semifinals, where she met Vera Zvonareva. Wozniacki began her grass court season at the Aegon International in Eastbourne.

She was originally scheduled to play Li Na, but she had to withdraw due to injury. She won two matches against Team Asia Pacific, before getting crushed by world No. It was noted that Wozniacki has done the impression before without controversy.

Wozniacki reached the quarterfinals after wins over Monica Niculescu and Sloane Stephens, but lost to the world No. She again lost in the third round to the eventual champion and world No. After the Australian open, Wozniacki competed at the Qatar Total Open where she was seeded eighth and where she lost to Belgian Yanina Wickmayer after a first round bye. She won two of three group matches and advanced to the semifinals.

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With this result, she achieved a new career-high ranking of world No. Wozniacki then competed at the Family Circle Cup in Charleston. This marked the first time since where Wozniacki had failed to reach the quarterfinals or better at one of the four Grand Slam tournaments. She was knocked out in the second round by Martina Hingis. Wozniacki then took part in the first two Premier Mandatory tournaments of the year.

Wozniacki won her second title on the grass of Eastbourne. Instead Wozniacki played Li's replacement world No. She posted her best result at Roland Garros by advancing to the fourth round without dropping a set. She received treatment but was visibly struggling and went on to lose the match. Serena Williams responding to the criticism of Wozniacki.

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Instead, her first event on clay was the Mutua Madrid Open where she reached the second round after beating Ekaterina Makarova before losing to Roberta Vinci after sustaining a knee injury. Wozniacki then competed at the Apia International Sydney. Wozniacki's next tournament was the Kremlin Cup. She made her best result to date by becoming the first Danish woman to reach a Grand Slam final. She won back-to-back three-setters against Victoria Azarenka and Elena Dementieva, the latter of whom she beat in the final to win her fifth title of the year.