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Overview (3)

Born in Odense, Denmark
Nickname Little Miss Sunshine
Height 5' 9½" (1.77 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Caroline Wozniacki is a Danish professional tennis player. She is a former world No. 1 in singles. She is also the first woman from a Scandinavian country to hold the top ranking position and 20th in the Open Era. She finished on top of the rankings in both 2010 and 2011. She has won 30 WTA singles titles, including six in 2010 and 2011, the most in a year by a WTA player from 2008-2011.She was runner-up at the 2009 US Open and the 2010 WTA Tour Championships to Kim Clijsters, and at the 2014 US Open to Serena Williams. She won the 2006 Wimbledon Girls' Singles title and also holds two WTA titles in doubles. In 2008, Wozniacki won the title of WTA Newcomer of the Year. In 2017, Wozniacki won the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore for the first time in her career. Wozniacki won her maiden Grand Slam title at the 2018 Australian Open and returned to the No. 1 ranking on 29 January 2018.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Caroline Wozniacki is a Danish former professional tennis player. She reached world No. 1 in singles, the first woman from a Scandinavian country to hold the top ranking position. She finished on top of the rankings in both 2010 and 2011.

She won 30 WTA singles titles, including six in 2010 and 2011, the most in a year by a WTA player from 2008-2011. She was runner-up at the 2009 US Open and the 2010 WTA Tour Championships to Kim Clijsters, and at the 2014 US Open to Serena Williams. She won the 2006 Wimbledon girls' singles title and two WTA titles in doubles. In 2008, Wozniacki won the title of WTA Newcomer of the Year. In 2017, she won the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore for the first time in her career. Wozniacki won her maiden Grand Slam title at the 2018 Australian Open and returned to the No. 1 ranking on 29 January 2018.

On 6 December 2019, Wozniacki announced that she would retire from professional tennis following the 2020 Australian Open, held in January.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Peter-Patrick76

Family (1)

Spouse David Lee (15 June 2019 - present)

Trade Mark (3)

Tall height
Her smile
Athletic build

Trivia (13)

Danish tennis player.
Ex-fiancée of Rory McIlroy.
Her Net Worth is $19 million.[Jan 2017].
Speaks Danish, English and Polish fluently.
Won singles in Australian Open in 2018.
First Danish person to win Grand Slam.
World No 1 in 2010 for first time.
The parents are from Poland.
Brother, Patrik was also born in Denmark in 1986.
Dad is her coach.
Turned pro at 15 in 2005.
Live in Monaco.
(June 15, 2019) Married her boyfriend of 2 years David Lee at Castiglion del Bosco in Italy. The wedding comes after the couple got engaged in November 2017.

Personal Quotes (39)

My mom was always the support. I can always go out to her and she'll always find the positive in things.
On grass, it can be the small things that decide a match.
I do my best, and that's all I can do.
I just go out there and fight for every point, and then we see how far I can go.
The only one I feel pressure from is myself to go and give my all for every match and, obviously, I'm a competitor.
I feel like everything is possible.
I just like being around people, especially nice people, and there are a lot of nice girls on tour.
I have a really wide range of interests and I've still got time to work out my exact direction.
I start laughing every time because the media talks to me like I'm finishing my career and I only have one year left and time is running out.
I love winning. I don't like losing.
I think that's my personality, to have a good laugh and not to take myself too seriously. And of course I have my things on the court but when I'm off the court I just like to have fun.
I never give up. Doesn't matter what the score is.
As long as I win I'm doing something right.
In Denmark lots of people come up to me for autographs.
You feel better about yourself when you do something with yourself. You also feel more confident.
I think I'm a really tough player.
I have nothing to lose and think that it's a positive thing that I am young and playing on a good level.
I like to be with my friends and my family, listen to music and read books. Things like that relax me.
My parents just always taught me to be reasonable.
Golf can be tougher than tennis when things go wrong, because you can't explain things by saying that your opponent played better than you. It's a cruel sport in that way.
You can't dwell in your past but move forward, look forward. That's it.
It's very expensive to be a professional tennis player with all the travel and the flights and the hotels and everything.
I like Twitter a lot. It is a great way to get the fans knowing another side of you.
I try to be myself and, of course, be a good role model. I don't really find it hard, but you think about what you do and that other people look up to you.
I'd like to do a lot of things - whether in design or architecture or business.
I have a very close relationship with my parents.
Young players are starting to come up as well and they will see me as one of the older, experienced ones.
There are so many tough opponents out there and tough competitors so I've never liked to look ahead.
There are a lot of things to my game I can still improve, but everyone can.
To be the world No. 1 has always been a dream for me.
I don't really spend money like crazy. I buy what I need and what I really want, and if I'm buying expensive things I do think about the purchase many times before I buy it.
The fact is I still have quite a few good years in front of me. I still improve.
I'm just taking one match at a time.
I used to always be the young one playing without pressure, but I am just happy to be where I am and enjoying my time.
I'm the type of player I am.
My dad has always been my coach. And I've spent so much time with him. So he's one of my best friends. And I can talk to him about everything.
I don't know, I always get the question 'how do you feel after the game today?' and, of course, if you're winning you feel great and if you lose you don't feel good. I think that's a pretty obvious question.
My parents paid me small amounts for cleaning my room or cleaning the dishes and stuff, but I never really had a real job before I started on my professional tennis career.
One day my dad would say, 'OK, if you want to play tennis I can help you out.' And that's how it started. And I had a goal. I wanted to beat my mom first. And my parents and my brother. And that was the ultimate goal.

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