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Defending US Open champion Iga Swiatek crashes out to Jelena Ostapenko in stunning collapse

Defending US Open champion Iga Swiatek crashes out to Jelena Ostapenko in stunning collapse

Defending champion and world No.1 Iga Swiatek has been knocked out of the US Open in a 3-6 6-3 6-1 loss to Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko.

To add insult to injury, the defeat also means Swiatek’s reign at the top of the WTA rankings will end next week, when she will be replaced by current No.2 Aryna Sabalenka.

Ostapenko’s win was not necessarily a huge surprise, based on the pair’s previous match-ups: the 2017 French Open winner has now improved to 4-0 against Swiatek over their careers.

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No other player owns four victories against the woman who has led the WTA rankings since April 2022.

“I knew I have to play my game,” Ostapenko said after accumulating 31 winners to 18 for Swiatek.

“I knew I have to be aggressive, because that’s what she doesn’t really like.”

Iga Swiatek has crashed out of the US Open. Credit: Getty Images

Ostapenko will next face teenager Coco Gauff, who ended Caroline Wozniacki’s US Open comeback with a 6-3 3-6 6-1 victory.

Wozniacki, who returned to Flushing Meadows for the first time since 2019 after coming out of retirement following the birth of her two children, kept sixth seed Gauff on her toes for two sets but the Dane’s lack of match practice caught up with her and she ran out of steam.

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Gauff handed Wozniacki a break with an unforced error in the first game of the match but levelled the contest in the fourth game and broke the 2018 Australian Open champion to love in the eighth.

The young American lost her edge completely in the second set, where the mistakes piled up and she was forced to defend five break points across her first three service games.

Gauff handed her opponent another break in the opening game of the third set when she whacked a backhand into the net but broke back in the next game.

The 2022 Roland Garros finalist ran away with the momentum from there.

“She’s back and it’s like she never left,” Gauff said of her opponent, who has twice made the final at the US Open.

“To be out here on the court with her today was an honour.”

Wozniacki felt Gauff was building a strong challenge.

“She’s always been a great athlete. She’s always had the backhand, the serve, the fighting spirit,” she said.

Right now, it’s all coming together for her.”

Karolina Muchova reached the quarter-finals with a 6-3 5-7 6-1 victory over China’s Wang Xinyu.

The Czech No.10 seed, a 2021 Australian Open semi-finalist, did it after losing control of the second set before regaining her dominance in the third with 32 winners.

“I came back to my game, to slice it more and to change the rhythm – that was the key,” Muchova, 27, said.

Muchova’s next opponent is the No.30 seed Sorana Cirstea, who beat the Swiss No.15 seed Belinda Bencic to reach the quarter-finals of a grand slam for the first time since 2009.

The 33-year-old Romanian, who has already put out No.4 seed and 2022 Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina, beat the Olympic champion 6-3 6-3.

“Sooner or later if you put in the hard work, it comes,” Cirstea said.

– with AP

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