Caroline Wozniacki explains Cincinnati's Varvara Gracheva loss.
Caroline Wozniacki conceded that she "did not play well enough" in her loss to Varvara Gracheva in Cincinnati.
Former world No. 1 Wozniacki lost in the second round of the Cincinnati tournament against the 45th-ranked Gracheva, 6-4, 6-4.
Wozniacki was just playing her third match since returning, but Gracheva was thought to be a good opponent for the Dane.
Wozniacki had nine chances to break serve, but she failed every time because her timing was off."I didn't feel like I played all that well.
I didn't feel like I was in a groove. None of my nine break points were converted into a win.
When competing against players of this caliber, that simply won't cut it.
Last week, I felt quite good about where I was at in life.Unfortunately, I don't feel like my timing is quite where I'd like it to be this week,
so I'll have to get back to work. I plan to put in some serious time and effort here by working hard and playing lots of tennis.
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