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“Why Didn’t We Do This Before?”-Caroline Wozniacki On Playing Doubles With Serena Williams

Caroline Wozniacki is taking photo with Serena Williams

Former World Number one Caroline Wozniacki retired from tennis. Danish’s last farewell match was in the 2020 Australian Open. Before retirement, Wozniacki partnered with Serena Williams in ASB Classic, Auckland as they reached the event final. In a recent interview, the 2018 Aussie Open Champion revealed that Serena Williams suggested she play doubles for the rest of the season before retiring.

“We had a blast, it was awesome” in Auckland- Caroline Wozniacki

In the 2020 Auckland Open, Former World Number one players Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki competed in doubles to reach the event finals. Although, the buddies lost to Asia Muhammad and Taylor Townsend in straight sets to gave up the doubles title. 


Caroline Wozniacki is playing doubles with Serena Williams at ASB Classic, Auckland Open 2020

When Two-times US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki was asked to play doubles with Serena Williams at the ASB Classic, Auckland in an interview with the Tennis Channel.

Wozniacki said “We had a blast, it was awesome. We were like, ‘Why didn’t we do this earlier?’ Serena suggested, ‘Maybe I come back for the rest of the year and just play doubles in few more tournaments”

“I don’t think coaching is for me”- Wozniacki on her Future Plan

2017 WTA Finals title winner Caroline Wozniacki loves sport and plans to connect with it after her retirement as well. However, She did not like the stress of the games and to train someone else. Caroline is ready to delight television tennis audiences.

Caroline Wozniacki is celebrating her 2018 Australian Open Championship

“I would love to do some TV eventually, I don’t think coaching is for me, because I know what to do but I have a hard time expressing that to someone else. I get impatient, so I don’t think that’s for me.”

In 2020, Caroline Wozniacki reached the singles semifinal and doubles finals at the ASB Classic, Auckland. Danish lost to Ons Jabeur of Tunisia in the farewell match at the Australian Open.

Read More: Ons Jabeur apologizes to Caroline Wozniacki for farewell game faults.

Published : 6:44 PM, Mon, 11 May 2020

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