Top seed Caroline Wozniacki was upset in the final her home country’s tournament the e-Boks Open by Angelique Kerber 6-4, 6-4, giving the German her second WTA title.
Kerber broke Wozniacki’s serve three times in both sets to earn the win.
“It was amazing to play in front of this crowd, even though most of them supported Caroline. It was a great atmosphere and it was good fun to play. And I felt like I had nothing to lose. If I lost the match, it’s okay against her. It made me take more chances and I’m glad it worked out,” Kerber said.
“It has been a fantastic week for me here. I love playing here and today I played a really good match against Caroline. I’m happy I was able to raise my level for the last few matches here and I’ve gained a lot of confidence. I’m very motivated to continue working hard. This just adds to it.”
Denmark’s Wozniacki went into Sunday’s Copenhagen final with a 14-0 win streak.
“You always want to win – yes it’s disappointing to lose,” Wazniacki sa