HONG KONG (Agencies) - Vera Zvonareva trounced Caroline Wozniacki 6-1, 6-0 in 58 minutes at the Hong Kong Classic exhibition tournament on Saturday, winning a clash of the world's top two female players ahead of the Australian Open. The second-ranked Russian broke in the first and fifth games to go up 4-1. Wozniacki saved a set point at 5-1 but missed a forehand to give her opponent the set. The Danish world No. 1 had two break points in the first game of the second set but couldn't convert either, and then the momentum shifted to Zvonareva, who took the match on her second match point. Zvonareva dictated play throughout, striking winners at will and showing impressive control at the net. The 26-year-old Russian finished with 23 winners compared to Wozniacki's seven. For Zvonareva, the win was a confidence-booster as she looks to win her first major in Melbourne after consecutive finals at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open last year. The Australian Open starts on Jan. 17. In her earlier match in Hong Kong, Zvonareva beat Grand Slam champion Venus Williams.