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Caroline Wozniacki will, fittingly, take her final bow over the next fortnight at Melbourne Park, the scene of her only Grand Slam victory in a career that earned her praise for her tenacity and approachable character but also saw her acquire detractors.
Melbourne (AFP) - Caroline Wozniacki is set to retire after the Australian Open, scene of the Dane's only Grand Slam ... Serena Williams bond - Wozniacki and Williams form one of the best-known friendships in tennis and they played as doubles partners this month in Auckland, where they reached the final. The two are so close that the American ...
Caroline Wozniacki said Saturday that she has no regrets and it is “the right time” to walk away from tennis with the former number one set to retire after the Australian Open. But the Dane, whose only Grand Slam triumph came in Melbourne in 2018, admitted that she will be “a bit emotional” when the moment finally comes over the next ...
The 29-year-old said last month that the Australian Open would be her final tournament, ending a 14-year professional career that delivered 30 singles titles, 71 weeks as the world number one and elevated Danish tennis to the global stage. Wozniacki only revealed in late 2018 that she had been battling with rheumatoid arthritis, a painful ...
Melbourne (AFP) - Caroline Wozniacki said Saturday that she has no regrets and it is "the right time" to walk away from tennis with the former number one set to retire after the Australian Open. But the Dane, whose only Grand Slam triumph came in Melbourne in 2018, admitted that she will be "a bit emotional" when the moment finally comes over ...
Former Australian Open winner Caroline Wozniacki believes Kim Clijsters will struggle in her second comeback, declaring tennis is “not as easy” as it looks from the outside. Clijsters, who retired for the second time in 2012 to concentrate on raising a ...
Caroline Wozniacki has declared she is ready to start a new chapter in her life and will leave tennis with no regrets once the Australian Open is complete. The former world No.1 has announced she will retire at the end of this tournament – one she will always have particularly fond memories of for her 2018 title here was her only grand slam ...
Caroline Wozniacki insisted she was calm and just enjoying herself ahead of her final professional tournament at the Australian Open. Wozniacki will retire after the Australian Open, which begins on Monday,
Caroline Wozniacki said Saturday that she has no regrets and it is the right time to walk away from tennis with the former number one set to retire after the Australian Open. But the Dane, whose only Grand Slam triumph came in Melbourne in 2018, admitted that she will be “a bit emotional” when the moment finally comes over the next fortnight.
The 29-year-old said last month that the Australian Open would be her final tournament, ending a 14-year professional career that delivered 30 singles titles, 71 weeks as the world number one and elevated Danish tennis to the global stage. Wozniacki only revealed in late 2018 that she had been battling with rheumatoid arthritis, a painful ...