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The Dane, who won her first Grand Slam at the Australian Open in January, took a close match 7-5 7-6 (5) in what is ideal preparation for Wimbledon next week.

Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark celebrates winning the women's singles final against Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus during Day Nine of the Nature Valley International at Devonshire Park on June 30, 2018 in Eastbourne, United Kingdom.

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The top seed was made to work for the title, however, after her hard-hitting Belarusian opponent served for both sets and then led 4-1 in the tiebreak.
"It's a long time ago that I was a winner of this tournament so it's amazing I can still play 10 years later," Wozniaki said.
Despite the defeat, Sabalenka, the world No 45, will be buoyed by her progress. She begins her Wimbledon campaign against Romania's Mihaela Buzarnescu, Wozniacki, who is the No 2 seed at SW19, will face American Varvara Lepchenko.
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