Wozniacki trailed 5-1 in the final set and had to save two match points but then won six games in a row to triumph 3-6, 6-2, 7-5. “At 5-1, 40-15, I felt like I was one foot out of the tournament,” Wozniacki said afterwards.
Despite her success, the Ukrainian still has to do what her mother tells her.
Following her victory over Rogowska, Kostyuk had her phone taken away from her before she could read her messages.
Maria accessorised with trendy circular specs and carried a sizeable white handbag under her arm.
The tennis player was in the good company of her friend and former pro athlete Lewis Howes when they hit the eatery for dinner.
“He was playing absolutely unbelievably,” Dimitrov said afterwards.
“I just had to fight and I think my experience really helped me in the end.” Nick Kyrgios is also through to the third round thanks to a 7-5, 6-4, 7-6 victory over Serbia’s Viktor Troicki, but faces a big challenge next against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, a former runner-up here.
Officials initially banned her for two years but the punishment was reduced to 15 months after the Court of Arbitration for Sport recognized that her doping was unintentional.
Rafael Nadal does not want to be drawn into the debate over whether players should break away to form their own union but is in favour of pushing for lower-ranked professionals to be paid a greater share of the sport’s revenues.
Nadal said: “I don’t know 100 per cent about what’s going on or not, but at some point, it's good that the players speak between each other about what we want or what we don’t want.” He added: “It’s not about union or no union. I believe that tennis has improved a lot for lower-ranked players in the last couple of years.
The real thing is, if we can at some point help the players that need more help, that will be fantastic.” Nadal, who will meet Bosnia’s Damir Dzumhur in the third round here, rejected comparisons with other sports like football, in which thousands of players around the world make a living. “Probably our sport is more global than football, but at the same time football is much bigger than tennis in terms of money, in terms of millions of fans.” Grigor Dimitrov, the world No 3, survived a major scare in Rod Laver Arena when he was taken to five sets by Mackenzie Mc Donald, a 22-year-old American who had never won a tour-level match until his first-round victory here on Monday.