Comeback queen Wozniacki continues dazzling return by rallying to make US Open final 16

Caroline Wozniacki has won the battle of US Open comeback queens by rallying to beat Jennifer Brady 4-6 6-3 6-1 and move into the last 16 of the season’s final grand slam.

Wozniacki and Brady have been the feel-good stories at Flushing Meadows and their storylines converged on a sun-kissed Arthur Ashe Stadium court with the 33-year-old Dane continuing her dazzling return by reaching the fourth round.

It seemed improbable just weeks ago ex-world No.1 Wozniacki, back playing competitive tennis after a three-year break to raise a family, and Brady, rising star and Australian Open…


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