Former world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki took to social media to share that she spent some time together on the practice court with her two-year-old daughter Olivia. Wozniacki, 33, welcomed her first child Olivia in 2021 July. Wozniacki, who ended her retirement after three and a half years, is preparing to start her 2024 season in the first week of the year.
While preparing for the start of the 2024 season, Wozniacki found good company on the court. In the video posted, Olivia can be seen sitting calmly on Wozniacki's side of the court while her mother is hitting balls. "Working hard or hardly working??? (Don’t worry Olivia was safe, but don’t try this at home)," Wozniacki captioned her X post.
Wozniacki pleased how her comeback went
In August, Wozniacki competed in Montreal and played for the first time since the 2020 Australian Open.
After exiting Montreal in the second round and losing in the Cincinnati first round, Wozniacki had an impressive US Open run as the Dane made the round-of-16 before losing to eventual champion Coco Gauff in three sets. The US Open run proved that Wozniacki can definitely still play at the highest level and compete well against the very best in the game.
After the US Open, Wozniacki decided to shut down her 2023 season and focus on the 2024 season, where she hopes to do major things. In late September, Wozniacki announced she would start her 2024 season in the first week of the year in Auckland, where she is a two-time finalist.
“It is going to be my children’s first time there. It’s amazing that I can come back and prepare as well as I can for the Australian Open. I love the fans in Auckland. It is always such a great event. I have always had an amazing time there.
I thought it was going to be the best place for my preparation and the best place for my family to come and start the new season," Wozniacki said after signing up for Auckland.