The world number four is in a battle to be ready for the first major of the season.
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World number four Caroline Wozniacki is confident of being fit in time for the Australian Open despite injuring her wrist at the Sydney International.
Wozniacki forfeited her first-round match in Sydney on Monday against Barbora Zahlavova-Strycova after suffering the injury in the first set.
With the Australian Open less than a week away, Wozniacki said she would undergo treatment as soon as possible.
“I felt it during one shot, I hit it against the wind and hit it late and I felt it in my wrist,” Wozniacki said.
“I’ve had it before so I kind of know what it is.
“It’s painful every time I had to hit a backhand and I didn’t want make it worse before Melbourne, so I’m just going to try and get some treatment on it and try and get ready for next week.”
The Australian Open begins on January 19.