Caroline Wozniacki Hints Return To Tennis

Published 05/10/2020, 4:27 AM EDT


Earlier this year, 2018 Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki retired from tennis. Everyone was very upset as they would never see her play again but that might not be the case after all. In a recent interview with Tennis Channel, she talked about the possibility of playing doubles with Serena Williams. Check it out.

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Caroline Wozniacki On Partnering Serena Williams

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When Caroline Wozniacki was asked if she would consider making a comeback to tennis, she said, “Maybe, if Serena asks, I can just come back to play doubles with her in a few more tournaments.

This statement should come as no surprise as Caroline and Serena are very good friends. Also, they have played doubles together at the 2020 ASB Classic, which was one of Caroline’s last tournaments. She talked about this and said,

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“In Auckland, it was one of the most fun tournaments I’ve ever played. We didn’t just discuss tactics on the court, we just talked and I thought, ‘Why didn’t we do this before?'”

It seems like it is possible that we might see Caroline Wozniacki and Serena Williams playing some doubles tournaments. Serena certainly wouldn’t mind as she is playing with her best friend. If it happens, it will be something fans will be really excited to see.

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Fans will have to for this to happen as the coronavirus pandemic has suspended the WTA Tour. This is something that fans are hating but is something that is necessary. The tour is scheduled to return in July assuming the virus is contained by then.

Fans will be hoping that is exactly what happens so that they can see some tennis again with the return of the WTA Tour. And hopefully, they will also be able to see Wozniacki make a comeback and win some doubles titles with her friend Williams.

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Rishi Karthikeyan

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