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World number one Caroline Wozniacki will join a severely competitive field heading to Sydney in the lead up to next month's Australian Open in Melbourne.

The 20-year-old Dane established her entry alongside US Open champion Kim Clijsters, Australian number one Samantha Stosur and former world number one Ana Ivanovic in the Sydney International from January 9-15.

And tournament director Craig Watson said he anticipated seven of the world's top 10 women to be in the field when entries close early next week.

"I feel that the Medibank International Sydney is the most excellent preparation for the Australian Open," Wozniacki said.

"All the top players will be competing there in Sydney and as of this I am confident that I'll get the matches I need."

Wozniacki has played the Sydney tournament for the past two years with her finest result coming in 2009 when she lost a three-set quarter-final to top seed Serena Williams.

She took over the number one ranking on October 11 after an outstanding 2010 season which saw her claim six titles, with Montreal, Tokyo and Beijing.

She also entered the semi-finals at the US Open in September for the second straight year and the final at Indian Wells in March.
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