Caroline Wozniacki trains hard on the court for Cincinnati (WATCH)

The Dane shared on her Instagram stories a video of her during a harsh training session, ahead of the Western & Southern Open 2023, in Cincinnati

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Caroline Wozniacki trains hard on the court for Cincinnati (WATCH)

Caroline Wozniacki came back to training on hard-court ahead of her return, following a three-year hiatus from tennis in 2020. The Dane shared on her Instagram stories a video of her during a harsh training session, ahead of the Western & Southern Open 2023, in Cincinnati.

About the tournament which she debuted 15 years ago, she said: "I first came to Cincinnati when I was 15 years old in 2005. I am so happy to be back where I played my first WTA tournament. A big thank you to the tournament for this opportunity." Cincinnati Tournament Director Todd Martin said: "Caroline's return to tennis is an exciting story for all of us.

The Western & Southern Open is proud to be part of this first phase of her return to the sport. Caroline has shown remarkable grace and perseverance over the years and we are hopeful that this next room of her career will be similarly conducted."

Caroline talked about her come back with Vogue

Speaking to Vogue, the Dane revealed that she wants to get back in shape before the US Open by competing on hard courts, also sharing her desire to participate in the 2024 Paris Olympics.

She said: "So I'm going to play the US Open. There's just an electric atmosphere in New York that I can't get enough of, and I've played so well there for years and years. I'll start out playing in Montreal just to get back into the groove, and then we'll all head to New York.After that, I'll have a couple of months to prepare for Australia, and we'll take it from there.The Paris Olympics are definitely a goal too." Caroline Wozniacki, along with Venus Williams, has been granted a wildcard entry to the 2023 Canadian Open.

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