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08:30  24 january  2020
08:30  24 january  2020 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Jabeur backed up her first-round win over 12th seed Johanna Konta with a 7-5 3-6 7-5 win over the 2018 Open champion on Friday.

Following the loss, Wozniacki fought back tears as she reflected on her successful career.

"I think it was really fitting that my last match would be a three setter and that I would finish my career with a forehand error," she said after the loss.

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An emotional Caroline Wozniacki had tears in her eyes as she kept alive her dreams of a triumphant farewell to tennis at the Australian Open on Neil Diamond' s hit "Sweet Caroline" rang around a blustery Margaret Court Arena after the Dane nailed the sixth match point to reach round three in

"The things I've wanted to work on for my whole career. I guess this was just meant to be."

When asked about what she would remember the most from her career, Wozniacki got emotional when talking about her father Piotr, who has been her coach throughout her career.

"Obviously the achievements that I had on the court were amazing," she said.

"The fans, the feeling you give us players feels really amazing. The support I've had from my family, especially my dad who has coached me all these years.

"Those are the special memories that ill always cherish. It's been a great ride. I really am happy. I'm ready for the next chapter and I'm really exited for what's to come."

a person standing in front of a crowd: Wozniacki shares a heartfelt embrace with Jabeur after the match© Getty Wozniacki shares a heartfelt embrace with Jabeur after the match

In a terrific show of sportsmanship, Jabeur also took the time to embrace the retiring Dane and said she would seek Wozniacki for some advice.

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"I was actually a little bit stressed about (ending Wozniacki's career)," Jabeur said.

"That's her moment and I don't want to take it away from her. Hopefully we can see each other (later) and she can give me some advice."

Wozniacki, 29, announced last month that she would walk from tennis after the season's first grand slam.

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