France's Kristina Mladenovic hits a return against Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki during their women's final match at the Hong Kong Open tennis tournament on October 16, 2016. / AFP / Anthony WALLACE
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Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki beat unseeded French challenger Kristina Mladenovic to take the Hong Kong Open Sunday after a battle of wills that lasted almost three hours.Wozniacki of Denmark, seeded fifth in the competition, stormed the first set 6-1 with Mladenovic visibly despondent and limping slightly.Wozniacki eventually took the final set 6-2 .Wozniacki had downed seventh seed Jelena Jankovic, also a former world number one, to book her final place.
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