'My earliest US Open memories are connected to Serena Williams' - Wozniacki


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'My earliest US Open memories are connected to Serena Williams' - Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki feels emotional when speaking about the US Open. The Dane reached the 2014 final here losing to Serena Williams. 'US Open is very special', Wozniacki said. 'I think some of my earlier memories were when Venus [Williams] and Serena [Williams] started coming up, when they were young.

They had the braids and the beads. And I remember, I think it was Venus, the hair, it all fell out on the court. Those are some of my earlier memories.' The world No. 2 feels lucky for being able to fight for the most important tennis trophies.

'We have a huge platform, and I think we need to use it for good. We are very privileged to be here. We have millions of people watching us play every week, and we're in the media all the time because our tour is from January through end of October.

So use it for good. Use it for your passion and for whatever, you know, you believe in. Yeah, just really use it for good.' ALSO READ: People are upset because Roger Federer didn't win Wimbledon, says Rusedski