Caroline Wozniacki retired from tennis in 2020, after an amazing career, culminating in her victory at the Australian Open 2020, which she won against Simona Halep. Caroline was world number one for 71 weeks, from October 2010 through January 2012 and again in January 2018.
She was the first player from a Scandinavian country to reach the top of the WTA rankings and win a tournament Slam. In total in her career he has won 30 WTA tournaments, including the 2017 WTA Finals and the Australian Grand Slam.
She also reached two other Grand Slam finals, both lost, at the US Open, in 2009 and 2014. She holds the record for the first player ever to have beaten three different number ones in the same year, accomplished in 2017, when she defeated Karolína Pliskova, Garbine Muguruza and Simona Halep.
She is in fourth place in the ranking that counts the prize money won in career in tournaments, reaching a quota of 35 million dollars. In 2018 she was elected by the famous Forbes magazine as the most influential female sportswoman in the world, thus becoming the first athlete in history to enter the top ten of the most powerful women in the world in sports.
Caroline played her last professional match at the 2020 Australian Open, losing in the third round in three sets to Ons Jabeur.
Caroline will be a mom again!
On 10 February 2021, Caroline and her husband David announce via social networks that they are expecting their first daughter.
On the following 14th June they announce the birth of Olivia Wozniacki Lee, born on the 11th of the same month. News a few hours ago, Caroline announced with a post on Twitter that she is pregnant with her second baby. The tweet shows Caroline with her husband and her daughter, happily holding the ultrasound photo showing the pregnancy of the former Dane tennis player.
The seat is accompanied by the inscription: "Ready for round 2" Tennis World USA editorial team wishes Caroline and her family a lot of good wishes and a lot of happiness. Pic by Caroline Wozniacki's Twitter account