Konta beats Wozniacki in straight sets in Miami final

Posted April 02, 2017

Johanna Konta and Caroline Wozniacki meet in the final of the 2017 Miami Masters on Saturday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don't have a cable subscription.

Wozniacki has been at this level many times before, the comparative experience level of the two players emphasising just how much of a relative newcomer Konta remains at this level.

Konta got off to a blistering start, breaking Wozniacki's serve to love in the opening game. It would prove to be decisive as Konta broke, putting the Brit just two games away.

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Back in October Konta became the first British woman to crack the world's top 10 since 1984, and can now restore a single-figure ranking if she can dispatch Wozniacki.

Konta and Wozniacki have met just once before, a few months ago at the Australian Open in the third round, where an in-form Konta purely powered past Wozniacki 6-3, 6-1 on her way to the quarterfinals in Melbourne. "I'm looking forward to it, it is going to be a battle and I will try my best".

"I think the fortunate position that I'm in is we have someone called Andy Murray who, bless him, has I think carried most of that weight on his shoulders", she said after her third straight win over Williams. Infact she had only played this particular tournament once before, reaching the quarter finals past year.

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For Johanna, this is the first most important final of her career.

"In terms of who I'm playing and what we're playing for, that's quite equal".

Wozniacki, in 2017 has already played two finals, lost in Doha and Dubai, against Karolina Pliskova and Elina Svitolina. "Wherever that gets me that's where it will get me, but hopefully the day I hang up my racquets I will be able to say that I really maximized my full ability and everything inside me". Wozniacki used all of her vaunted endurance to run tirelessly after every ball, but was undone by a weak serve. But in general she has showed good solidity, and constancy of performances. "I think it's a great finals to be a part of", she said. We can not honestly say she looked to have enjoyed this one much better either, at the time but you have to feel for Wozniacki.

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"I play smart tennis and calmer tennis I think".