After more than three years of break and two pregnancies, Caroline Wozniacki made an astonishing comeback last summer during the American tour (beaten only in the round of 16 in three sets by the future winner, Coco Gauff). In January, she will return to where she left off in 2020 and won her only Grand Slam in 2018: the Australian Open.
The former world number 1 is currently the only non-Australian player to have received a wild card.
“I have so many wonderful memories from Melbourne, and of course winning the Australian Open is a career highlight. Melbourne is one of my favorite cities in the world, and I can’t wait to spend time there with my family and children. It’s obviously a tournament in which I feel extremely comfortable. I love the balls, I love the court and I love the fans. I hope to be well received, I am sure that will be the case; it’s truly a special place. I’m really grateful to everyone for this wild card and for the opportunity to compete here again in January.”declared the 33-year-old Dane in the AO Show Podcast.
Published on Thursday December 7, 2023 at 11:55
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