NEW HAVEN, Conn. Kelly Olynyk Jersey . -- Caroline Wozniacki found another way to win at the New Haven Open, where she has lost just one match in six years. The fourth seed advanced to the second round Monday when Peng Shuai was forced to retire while up a set on the four-time tournament champion. Peng was leading 6-2, 1-3 when the chair umpire announced the Chinese player could not continue due to illness. Tournament officials later said she was suffering from dizziness. Peng, who has a history of heart problems, spent an extended time with a trainer after Wozniacki asked for a coach while leading 3-0 in the second set. WTA officials said Peng was examined by medical personnel after the match, but had no further details. The 27-year-old pursued a pro tennis career despite having heart surgery when she was 12 years old. Her ordeal was the subject of an Adidas advertising campaign, "Impossible is Nothing." "She felt a bit dizzy and obviously from the flight and everything, she played the doubles finals in Cincinnati last night," Wozniacki said. "Flying in here and having to play the same day is obviously tough." Peng broke Wozniacki twice in the first set. But Wozniacki seemed to turn things around in the second game of the second set, which included seven deuces and Peng holding an advantage five times. "I just kept playing," she said. "I tried not to think about the score too much, because with her, you never know. I just really thought, One point at a time." Wozniacki, seeded fourth in the tournament, improved to 21-1 in her six years in New Haven. Her only loss here came in last years semifinals when she retired due to a knee injury. "Its a great tournament for me, what else can I say," she said. "Its my sixth time here. Its ridiculous." Earlier, American Sloane Stephens beat Anna Schmiedlova of Slovakia 6-4, 6-4. The sixth-seeded Stephens, the top-ranked American in the draw, broke Schmiedlova in the third game of the match, while reeling off 13 straight points. The two traded breaks in the second set until Stephens held serve to go up 4-2. She will play German Julia Goerges in the second round. Goerges advanced with a 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 win over Bojana Jovanovski of Serbia. Stephens, who beat Serena Williams to reach the semifinals of the Australian Open in January and made the quarterfinals of Wimbledon in July, came into the match ranked 17th in the world. Two years ago, she came into New Haven ranked 110th and lost in qualifying. Stephens said shes been able to stay grounded with the help of some friends, including tennis legend Billie Jean King, who sends her texts before every big match. "She says, Pressure is a privilege," Stephens said. "I think its one of the strongest statements Ive heard." Fifth-seeded Roberta Vinci of Italy was the tournaments first upset victim, losing 7-5, 6-3 to Carla Suarez Navarro. The Spaniard will next play Romanian Simona Halep, who beat Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia, 6-2, 6-1. The 21-year-old Halep has already won three tournaments this year and is coming off an appearance in the quarterfinals in Cincinnati, where she lost to the top-ranked Williams. Halep feels shes peaking at the right time. "My game its very good now; I have more confidence in me," she said. "I have to enjoy (next weeks) U.S. Open, because at the Grand Slams, I didnt play so well this year." Eighth-seeded Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia, ranked 19th in the world, also lost. She was beaten by Klara Zakopalova of the Czech Republic 3-6, 6-3, 6-3. Ekaterina Makarova downed Montreals Aleksandra Wozniak 6-2, 2-6, 7-6 (5). Other winners Monday included Russians Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Elena Vesnina, Mayo Hibi of Japan, qualifier Monica Puig of Puerto Rico and Karin Knapp of Italy. Defending champion Petra Kvitova was to play Polands Urzula Radwanska in the final match of the day. But Radwanska was forced to withdraw with what was described as a viral illness and was replaced by Annika Beck of Germany. The match was then postponed a day because of rain, which also delayed the start of the Peng-Wozniacki match by two hours. Kvitova, who has made the quarterfinals of the last three events she played, is using this tournament to help prepare for the humidity in New York next week, which she says wreaks havoc with her asthma. "I never like playing in America, because of my asthma," she said. "But last year I played quite well, I won two titles, so it was a pretty good year, so I know that I can play good here." Chris Bosh Jersey . Not sure yet. #livetweetingthegreatuntangle — Strombone (@strombone1) April 17, 2014 Stage three, coping: I feel like I could use a cigarette or something. Udonis Haslem Jersey . Lowry and the Raptors officially announced a four-year US$48 million dollar deal Thursday. The deal was reported last week but couldnt be made official until Thursday, when the moratorium on signings was lifted. "They were real factors. I did my homework. http://www.basketballheatshop.info/ .3 million qualifying offer to outfielder Michael Cuddyer on Monday.MELBOURNE, Australia - Canadian Milos Raonic lost a chance to play a second Grand Slam semifinal after losing 7-6 (5), 6-4, 6-2 to Novak Djokovic on Wednesday at the Australian Open.The eighth seed, from Thornhill, Ont., was beaten by the top seed and world No. 1 for the fifth time in their career series. Djokovic beat the 24-year-old Raonic three times in 2014, including in a French Open quarter-final.Raonic, the 2014 Wimbledon semifinalist, ended with a modest 14 aces in the match that lasted two hours.Raonic, who never earned a break point while losing his own serve three times, recorded 31 winners to go with 36 unforced errors.I wish I would have served better in certain moments, but I didnt lose because of my serve, said Raonic. He just didnt allow me to organize my game.Raonic said that by the end of the match, Djokovic was doing a good job of playing deep and never allowing him to move forward.He was pretty much on the baseline the whole time and I was further back. I just could not get my organization,, figure out my patterns and play on my terms. Dwyane Wade Jersey. Raonic, who is now 0-5 against world No. 1 opponents, leaves Melbourne with a record of 14-5, making this his most successful major by the numbers.The pair took 55 minutes to play their opening set on the Rod Laver Arena as the opener went into a tiebreaker. Djokovic sent over his fifth ace for a 5-3 lead and eventually converted on a third set point.The top seed quickly consolidated, breaking to start the second set, a margin which held up as the Serb swept the second set for a solid two-set lead.It was the same story in the third set for Raonic, whose big game was neutralized by a fluid Djokovic attack. The Serb broke twice for a lead after Raonic saved a break point with his 14th ace.Djokovic closed out victory on his second match point after a double-faults on the first. The win was his tenth without a loss against Canadian opponents.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. 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