Tennis - WTA Mandatory - Madrid Open - Madrid, Spain - May 7, 2018 Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki in action during her second round match against Australia's Ashley Barty REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Caroline Wozniacki's bid to reclaim the world number one ranking this week ended when she lost to world number 20 Kiki Bertens in the third round of the Madrid Open Wednesday.Halep, the two-time defending champion, struck 20 winners and broke Pliskova's serve three times as she extended her winning streak in the Spanish capital to 15 straight matches.After conceding the opener in 29 minutes, Pliskova produced a better second set but failed to deliver consistently as Halep saved all five of the break points she faced.
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