Caroline Wozniacki is sure enjoying the laid-back lifestyle that Ponte Vedra offers. The World No. 2 remained perfect in the resort town defeating former Top 10 Patty “Spinderella” Schnyder 6-0, 6-4 in just 53 minutes.

Wozniacki was the MPS Group Championships title last year and after today’s win over the Swiss she’s a perfect 6-0 in Ponte Vedra.
“I’m happy to be through to the next round,” she said afterward. “The first clay court match of the year so it’s always a bit tricky. I just hing in there and got a lot of balls back and I’m happy to be through.

“I was pretty pleased about my match today.”

Wozniacki lost just 10 points in a sloppy first set from Schnyder. After a quick chat with hubby Rainer Hoffman, the 31-year-old Swiss did recover nicely in the second but couldn’t sustain her play at 4-4 when Wozniacki broke for a final time.

The top seed next meets Sofia Arvdisson in the second round Wednesday night at 7pm.

“She’s a good friend of mine,” Wozniacki said. “We always have matches with lots of long rallies so it’s going to be a good one.”

Other winners on a gorgeous day in Ponte Vedra were qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Julia Goerges, Peng Shui, lucky loser Vavara Lepchencko and Olga Govortsova who upset second-seeded Alona Bondarenko.

Tonight American teen sensation Melanie Oudin will be on at 7pm at the Sawgrass Racquet Club.