In an interview with Poosh, Caroline Wozniacki spoke about her marriage with former basketball star David Lee. The Dane got married to the American in July in Tuscany, Italy. Wozniacki said: "Married life has been great so far.
I thought it wouldn’t feel too different, but I think it is a great feeling knowing you both committed to tackling life together. I do wish we could go back and do the wedding all over again. It was an amazing four days, and to have our closest family and friends all together celebrating us was absolutely incredible.
Best days of my life! "I definitely think it helps that he was a professional athlete himself! He can relate to the ups and downs that happen in sports and understand the commitment it takes to make it all the way to the top.
He has been a great support." She also spoke about becoming world No. 1. "I think I made it to number one for the first time in 2010 when I had just turned 20. When I was a kid and started playing tennis, I had all these hopes and dreams for my career.
Very early (I think I was 10), I said I wanted to be the best tennis player in the world. At the time, I don’t think I understood what that really meant … the commitment, the hours, the ups and downs on the way.
Achieving my dream so young was both incredible and hard at the same time. It was a dream come true! There was a ceremony for me on the court, pictures were taken, lots of photographers capturing the moment. But the next morning I still had a tournament to play.
I had to play my semifinals match, and my dad (who’s my coach) would tell me the same things as always … move your legs, take the ball earlier, etc., etc. I think that’s the moment I realized that everything had changed and nothing had changed at the same time.
As I have gotten older, I have realized that it’s not all about the destination, but the road to get there. That’s the rewarding part. When I got back to number one last year, I think I enjoyed it much more because my journey hadn’t been straightforward, and as I have gotten older I appreciate the journey much more."