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Wozniacki Easily Dispatches Riske At Connecticut Open

Wozniacki Easily Dispatches Riske At Connecticut Open

NEW HAVEN — Caroline Wozniacki spent Monday in New York City, promoting soft serve ice cream and a Godiva chocolate bar called the "Caroline," among other pre-U.S. Open activities. Tuesday night, it was back to tennis at the Connecticut Open, where Wozniacki has played eight consecutive years and won four WTA titles, the first in 2008 as an 18-year-old and the last in 2011. She handily dispatched American Alison Riske, 6-0 6-2 in a first-round match in front of 4,269 at the Connecticut Tennis Center. "It seems to work, right?" Wozniacki said of her trip to the city. "I love New York. It always gives me a big buzz of energy, so … I felt good this...

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