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Unseeded German Julia Goerges burst into the WTA Auckland Classic limelight Thursday with a dramatic come-from-behind win to oust Caroline Wozniacki in the quarter-finals.The 28-year-old German appeared lost for the first 10 games of her quarter-final as Wozniacki raced through the first set and took a 3-0 lead.The 19-year-old Ostapenko, despite struggling with her first serve, proved too strong from the baseline. She won five consecutive games to take control in the first set before wrapping up the match in 88 minutes.After cruising to a 6-1 win in the first set, she found the going much tougher in the second set before prevailing in the tie-break 7/4 .
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