Wozniacki targets US Open and Australian Open with confidence


Wozniacki targets US Open and Australian Open with confidence
Wozniacki targets US Open and Australian Open with confidence

In her comeback story told to Vogue, former WTA world number one Caroline Wozniacki weighed in on her chances of winning the upcoming US Open and Australian Open. "Am I nervous? Not really. I’m coming back to something I love.

Yes, I’ll be nervous before a match; I’m okay with that. I’m great with that. Can I win the US Open? I think so. Can I win the Australian Open? I think so. That’s why I’m doing this. And I guess we’ll see what happens," Wozniacki told Vogue.

Here is Wozniacki's initial comeback announcement. “Over these past three years away from the game I got to make up for lost time with my family, I became a mother and now have two beautiful children I am so grateful for.

But I still have goals I want to accomplish. I want to show my kids that you can pursue your dreams no matter your age or role. We decided as a family it’s time. I’m coming back to play and I can’t wait!” Wozniacki announced.

Caroline Wozniacki to play in Montreal

One of the first tournaments that offered Caroline Wozniacki a wild card was the Montreal Open. “I am extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to play at the National Bank Open.

I won my first big title in Montreal when I was just 20 years old, making it particularly fitting to be the tournament that kickstarts this second chapter in my career. I cannot wait to get back on the courts and compete against the best players in the world. I have missed it tremendously,” Wozniacki said.

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