Caroline Wozniacki is ready to rejoin the WTA Tour after almost three years of absence: the Dane is training with her countryman Holger Rune on the Monte-Carlo Country Club, in order to arrive ready at the Canadian Open 2023.
Alma, Holger's 20-year-old sister, uploaded the video showing the training between Wozniacki and Rune, then shared on twitter/X from the page @Tennissocial123:
Wozniacki revealed she would like to win an Olympics medal, next year in Paris.
Caroline also shared how she would love to play the Olympic mixed doubles with her countryman Holger Rune, who accepted to play with her in Paris Rune told to Tennis Channel: "It's so good. I was so happy when she said that.
It could be very, very funny. You know I'm super happy she's coming back. I saw her at the French Open and she looked in very, very good shape. I don't know, I was thinking, and I actually told my mum like she's just in that good shape or she's thinking about something and she did so it's really great.
I'm super happy for her."
Caroline's come back
In an interview with Vogue, Wozniacki announced her come back: "In the last three years I've stayed away from tennis, I've become a mother, I have two children that I'm very proud of.
But I still have goals to achieve. I want to show my kids that you can chase your dreams regardless of age or role. We've decided as a family that it's time to try again. I'm coming back, can't wait." Fans are waiting to see the player at work again, winner of the Australian Open in 2018 and already number one in the world for 71 weeks in the WTA ranking.
Wozniacki's last match was even in 2020 on the occasion of the Melbourne Grand Slam. Caroline has two big appointments on her personal schedule. In fact, she is already certain to participate in the WTA 1000 in Montreal, which announced the assignment of the wild card after the news announced on social media.