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Sharapova to meet Wozniacki in Korea exhibtion

Exhibtion scheduled for December 28th
WTA Tennis  08 Dec 2012 - 10:05 / by Prakash / reads 2947.
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World no. 2 Maria Sharapova will take on world no. 11 and former world no. 1 Caroline Wozniacki in an exhibtion match on December 28th in Seoul, Korea.
The two will use the match as preparation for the upcoming Australian Open in January.

Speaking to Korean media on Wednesday, Sharapova commented, "I think the match will be very competitive as we are both getting ready for the Australian Open. I am really excited to return to Korea. I have some great memories from (Korea). I know I have some great Korean fans, and I love their food and the culture."

Sharapova completed a career slam by winning the French Open in June while Wozniacki slid from the top spot in the world rankings in January to outside the top 10 at the end of the season.
 




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