Former World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki says she has not made any plans or goals for the 2020 season and that right now she wants to focus on spending time with her family. Wozniacki was interviewed by TV2 Sport about her plans for the new season, in which was non-committal about her plans for the new season.
When asked if she was looking forward to the new season, the Dane responded, "Not yet. I take it very quietly. There's just a little time with the family, so it's been nice." When asked about her plans or goals for the season, the Dane says, "Not yet, uh ...
But we'll take that as it comes. Right now it's just about the body doing well." Wozniacki is currently on the entry list for the 2020 ASB Classic in Auckland and the Australian Open but says she has been spending a large part of her off-season away from the court.
"The Dane had earlier said, "It'll be nice. I want to take a lot of time off the tennis court, recharge and make my body feel 100 percent again, and then I will start to come back slowly." The Dane is currently ranked No.
37 in the world and her last tournament of the season was the China Open where she reached the semi-finals and went down to Naomi Osaka. Wozniacki failed to reach the fourth round at any of the majors this year - she reached the third round at the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open but lost in the first round of the French Open.