Canada's Bianca Andreescu advanced to the fourth round of the US Tennis Open by defeating Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki on Saturday in New York.
The 19-year-old sensation won in two identical rounds of 6-4, in a duel that lasted 93 minutes.
The fifteenth world racket was particularly effective when his opponent was on duty. Indeed, Andreescu has broken the 19th player in the world six times, including four times in the second commitment. However, it was broken five times, which allowed the former world number 1 to stay in the game.
The Ontarian won 64% of the games played on her first serve, scored two aces and made double faults.
This was the second time in as many matches as Andreescu beat Wozniacki. She had won a match in two commitments of 6-4 and 6-4, in the round of 16 Aucklaud tournament in early January in New Zealand.
In the next round, the representative of the Maple Leaf will face American Taylor Townsend, who defeated Romania's Sorana Cirstea earlier in the day.