Sharapova, given a wild card by the U.S. Tennis Association into her first Grand Slam tournament since a 15-month doping ban, has played all three matches on the main court.
"I'm super excited," Venus Williams said when asked about becoming an aunt by ESPN's Pam Shriver before Friday's match.
"When you look on center court, I understand completely the business side of things and everything," Wozniacki told Ekstra Bladet TV of Denmark.
9 seed reached the second week for the seventh straight major, the longest active streak in women's tennis.
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- Sharapova swats away Wozniacki's US Open court complaintPhilly.com
- The Latest: Sharapova through to US Open round of 16Washington Post
- Sharapova advances into US Open last 16, Cilic oustedYahoo Sports
- Sharapova's firepower too much for Kenin, who puts up admirable fightTennis Magazine
- Sharapova battles past Kenin to reach fourth round in New YorkReuters
- Simona Halep adds to team after US Open opening round lossLob & Smash
- US Open: Sharapova advances into the last 16, Cilic oustedHindu Business Line
- I'd play on a parking lot, says SharapovaYahoo Sports