Petra Kvitova and Caroline Wozniacki confirm their spots for WTA Finals
Petra Kvitova and Caroline Wozniacki have booked their places in the WTA Finals, it has been confirmed.
“It’s a huge honour to qualify for the WTA Finals again,” said Kvitova, who won the event in 2011.
“It will be my first time back there since I came back to tennis so it means a lot to me and has always been one of my big goals for the season.
“I can’t wait to visit Singapore again, especially in the tournament’s final year there.”
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Wozniacki, the defending champion added: “I’m very happy to qualify for the WTA Finals.
“Winning the WTA Finals last year was a huge accomplishment for me, and helped my confidence leading into this season.
“I look forward to coming back to Singapore to try and defend my title.”
The pair join Simona Halep, Angelique Kerber and Naomi Osaka in the finals, with three other spots remaining up for grabs.
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