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NEW YORK---Caroline Wozniacki
crashed John Isner s post-match news
conference, needling her good friend
for arriving late to his interview ses-
sion and delaying the start of hers.
The fourth-seeded Wozniacki was
in quite a hurry yesterday, when she
needed just 67 minutes to win at the
US Open against an opponent making
her Grand Slam debut. Those sorts of
lopsided victories have been rare among
the top women so far in the first round.
Of the first 23 seeded players to take
the court, nine had lost. Half of the
top ten women were already out count-
ing third-seeded Maria Sharapova s
withdrawal because of injury.
This comes in a year when the main
spectacle is whether Serena Williams
can complete the first Grand Slam since
Steffi Graf in 1988. Less than two days
into the tournament, fewer and fewer
top rivals stand in her way.
Even with Wozniacki in the audience,
Isner stated the obvious about the
women s field.
"Caroline s got as good a shot as
anyone. Obviously Serena is the
favourite," the 13th-seeded American
said after his own straight-set win.
Sixth-seeded Lucie Safarova, who
pushed Williams to three sets in the
French Open final, was upset by 37th-
ranked Lesia Tsurenko earlier yesterday.
She said after losing 6--4, 6--1 that she
was bothered by a strained abdominal
muscle on her right side that she hurt
in losing the New Haven final Satur-
Like Wozniacki, second-seeded
Simona Halep had no trouble, moving
on in 47 minutes on a hot, humid day
when Marina Erakovic retired in the
second set. Halep was leading 6--2,
Wozniacki, last year s US Open run-
ner-up to Williams, beat NCAA cham-
pion Jamie Loeb 6--2, 6--0.
Victoria Azarenka s been known to
flash a temper on court---and it hap-
pened again during her first-round vic-
tory at the US Open.
This was the testy exchange Tuesday
at Louis Armstrong Stadium that
Azarenka, a two-time Australian Open
champion and two-time US Open run-
ner-up, had with chair umpire Aurelie
Azarenka: "Have you ever played
Azarenka: "You did? You probably
weren t very good."
After beating Lucie Hradecka 6--1,
6--2, Azarenka put on a show for the
spectators, bringing one girl out of the
stands and handing her a racket, then
rallying for a bit.
Second-seeded Roger Federer routed
Leonardo Mayer of Argentina 6--1, 6--2,
6--2. Federer saved the lone break point
he faced and was done in a brisk 77
minutes. The 34th-ranked Mayer had
given the 17-time Grand Slam cham-
pion trouble in their only previous
meeting, when Federer saved five match
points to win in three sets in Shanghai
For the second straight day, a pro-
fessional tennis player was serving at
the US Open by just casually swinging
the racket overhead. After Vitalia
Diatchenko was forced to eschew the
jump serve against Serena Williams on
Monday night because of a foot injury,
Australian teen Thanasi Kokkinakis
found himself in the same position
because of cramping.
In his US Open debut, the 19-year-
old Kokkinakis was in position to pull
off an upset, leading 12th-seeded
Richard Gasquet two sets to one, when
his legs started to cramp in the fourth.
With Kokkinakis barely able to move
and serving underhand at times, Gas-
quet clinched the fourth set then won
the first two games in the fifth before
the 71st-ranked Australian had to retire,
with just enough energy left to smash
Down two sets and a break, Amer-
ican Donald Young rallied to stun 11th-
seeded Gilles Simon.
The 68th-ranked Young won 2--6,
4--6, 6--4, 6--4, 6--4 in three hours,
34 minutes with a packed Court 17
urging him on.
American John Isner got off to an
impressive start beating Malek Jaziri
of Tunisia 6--2, 6--3, 6--4.
Isner never faced a break point in
winning in a swift onehour, 43 minutes
against the 81st-ranked Jaziri.
of Belarus, serves
to Lucie Hradecka,
of the Czech
the first round of
the US Open
yesterday, in New
York. AP PHOTO
Halep, Wozniacki beat upset bug
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