Magdalena Rybarikova
3 0

Caroline Wozniacki
6 6



Helloooo everyone, Anna here, bringing you some sleepy tennis coverage at this unsociable hour! We have got coverage of Wozniacki v Rybarikova up now, and later on, Hannah will be covering Edmund v Seppi, then we'll have even more coverage in the form of the Dimitrov v Kyrgios match. What more could you want? Allertova v Svitolina? We've got that too!

Suarez Navarro has just beaten Kontaveit on this court, so once the players are coming on, I'll be right with you.

I actually have Wozniacki picked of the winner of the tournament, so obviously I'll have my fingers crossed for a win tonight, but Rybarikova won't be the easiest of opponents. She came back with a bang from injury last year, and has been a very tough competitor ever since.

Here we go, player walk-on time.

So, Wozniacki wins the coin toss, and she elects to serve. Warm-up time.

As most of you will be aware, we're tightening up on the warm-up times and how long the players can spend at their chair. It seems to be some sort of trial for the implementation of new rules. So they've got one minute to leave their bags at the chair and come to the middle of the court, and the warm-up itself can be no longer than 5 minutes.

That's the 5 minute warm-up done, and now the players have 1 minute at their seats.


The supervisor says that there shouldn't be too much, so they're just going to sit and wait.

Play continues on the other courts...