Caroline Wozniacki and Madison Keys to Face Off in Charleston Final

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Wozniacki will take on American Madison Keys, the eighth seed who downed Puerto Rico's Monica Puig 6-4, 6-0, in a match interrupted by a rain delay of an hour and 15-minutes.

Keys was proud not only of out-hitting Wozniacki, but out-strategizing her as well.

"I was really frustrated because I felt like I can't keep up with her physically, and it's not even about tennis anymore, and that's the worst feeling you can get on the court", Martic said to media. She won four consecutive points to break Wozniacki's serve, then won four more points to lead 5-2.

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Her previous two losses to Denmark's Wozniacki had been on hard courts when Keys failed to win a set.

It marked the third time Wozniacki has made the final of the Charleston event, which she won eight years ago in 2011.

Not even she envisioned this run, in which she defeated 2017 U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens in the quarterfinals, 2016 Olympic champion Monica Puig in the semifinals and Wozniacki, the 2018 Australian Open victor, for the title. "And to be able to really bounce back and have a really good week of training with my coach, Nacho, and then be able to come and win the tournament, it definitely is a very good springboard for heading over to Europe", she said after clinching her first win over former World No.1 Wozniacki in their three career meetings.

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"It means so much", Keys said. She has more experience in comparison to Keys and it is quite evident that she has put her recent loss of form behind. While she reached the fourth round in the Australian Open, she lost her opening games in Indian Wells and Miami.

Muguruza will face top-seeded Angelique Kerber of Germany or fifth-seeded Victoria Azarenka of Belarus in the championship match.

"Definitely going to look at how she's been playing and just try to have a really great game plan", the 2017 U. S. Open finalist said".

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