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“It’s helping me a lot to think this way on the court because I was a little bit too negative before,” Halep said. I’ve changed already, but I need to work on it more.” Like Wozniacki, Halep has played in two Grand Slam finals already and lost them both.
Wozniacki’s two defeats were at the US Open, to Kim Clijsters in 2009 and to Serena Williams in 2014, while Halep’s were both at Roland Garros, to Maria Sharapova in 2014 and to Jelena Ostapenko last year. I’m really happy and proud of how I’ve managed to turn things around when things weren’t going my way and keep it up whenever it was going my way.
“I was in this position at the French Open, so maybe I can play a better match this time, be more relaxed, and play it like a normal match. “At this tournament it has been a great feeling going on court just to fight for the balls, for the games, and not for the match. If it's not going to happen this time, I will stay strong and I will keep thinking and dreaming [about other opportunities].” Asked to assess how different a person she was now compared with how she was at Roland Garros last summer, Halep said: “I feel more experienced and stronger mentally. I feel I’m more aggressive.” Halep, who cracked 50 winners and eight aces against Kerber, is determined to approach the final as if it were any other match.
Just step by step.” There was a good indication of Halep’s more relaxed approach in her semi-final victory over Angelique Kerber when she looked up at Cahill and smiled before her second match point.
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