Wozniacki looks to salvage summer season on hard courts

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William Shakespeare's famous, opening lines to the third act of Richard III forever linked discontent and despair to winter (Now is the winter of our discontent ... ), but there's plenty of misery to go around in the summer, too, as Caroline Wozniacki has learned.

The Dane of Polish extraction did a pretty good job of staving off the critics by locking up the prestigious year-end No. 1 ranking in 2010 without winning a Grand Slam tournament (it would have been her first). She lost a very close, high-quality semifinal to Li Na at this year's Australian Open, and even though Li faltered in the final (where she lost to Kim Clijsters), she went on to win the French Open.

Li did not have to face Wozniacki at Roland Garros, which is where we get to the root of 21-year-old's problems. She won two big hard-court tournaments in the late winter (Dubai and Indian Wells) and made the final in another (Doha), adding credence to the idea that if she wasn't gaining ground, she wasn't giving it, either. Apart from any question of how you might feel about her defensive baseline style, you had to admit that short of fulfilling the Grand Slam requirement on her resume, she was showing herself a capable and worthy No. 1 player.

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