Caroline Wozniacki to retire after 2020 Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki, a former world No. 1 on the WTA Tour, has announced she will retire from professional tennis following next month’s Australian Open. In a lengthy Instagram post on Friday, the 29-year-old Dane, who claimed grand slam glory at Melbourne Park in 2018, said she had “accomplished everything I could ever dream of on the court.” Last year, Wozniacki […]

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Caroline Wozniacki announces she will retire after Australian Open

Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki has announced she will retire after the Australian Open in January. The 29-year-old is currently ranked 37th in the world and last competed in the China Open in October. Wozniacki, who enrolled at Harvard Business School in September, was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2018. However, the Dane says her retirement has “nothing to […]

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Wozniacki to retire after 2020 Australian Open

Caroline Wozniacki, formerly the top-ranked player in the world, will play the 2020 Australian Open as her final tournament, she told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Friday. Wozniacki, the 2018 Australian Open winner, also announced her decision in a post on Instagram. View this post on Instagram I’ve played professionally since I was 15 years old. In that time I’ve […]

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Tennis Australia has navigated tricky waters with Court decision

Tennis Australia's decision to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Margaret Court's 1970 Grand Slam at next year's Australian Open looks to have been a reasonably successful attempt to navigate the treacherous waters created by the controversial views of one of tennis' greatest athletes. TA was never going to keep everyone happy, but good leadership is not about creating winners and […]

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