Slumping Wozniacki glad that clay season is over

by: Matt Cronin May 29, 2013

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Former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki loses her sixth match of the clay-court season in the second round of Roland Garros to Bojana Jovanovski. The 10th-seeded Dane managed just two wins on clay this season.

“Hasn't been the best clay season this year,” Wozniacki said. “I guess it's good that it's the last tournament. Obviously I would have liked to have played longer and played better…Definitely I feel like clay probably is not my favorite surface. [But] I have played well on it in the past.

“My confidence is fine. It's obviously not as fun to go back and practice and feel like you're putting all the hard work into it, but it doesn't pay off. It's always obviously more fun when you're winning… It hasn't been my tournament here. It's all about just momentum, I guess. Hopefully it will turn and I'll start winning some more.”

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