Wozniacki on golf, “I don’t really follow the Ryder Cup”

Published 09/30/2018, 5:31 AM EDT
Caroline Wozniacki

She held the title of Slam-less World Number one for a long time in her career, but eventually, she had put an end to that remark at the beginning of this year. The Dane, Caroline Wozniacki has finally opened up her major account in Melbourne this year. “I think winning the Australian Open was incredible. I’m very proud of it. I wouldn’t have switched that for anything this year”, expressed Wozniacki. Presently the Danish champion is focusing and trying to qualify for Singapore. She says, “I think that’s kind of the goal: qualify for Singapore, play well there, finish off the season strong, then call it a year. Then you regroup and get ready for Australia”.


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Getting a little bit of the track, Caroline was asked about her golf interests and whom does she root for in general. She replied that she doesn’t really follow golf due to her busy schedule and does not have any favourites. “I don’t really follow the Ryder Cup, to be honest. Just keeping busy here. I know it’s happening right now. But, yeah, I don’t really have a favourite, to be honest,” Wozniacki said. 

Caroline Wozniacki won the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne

The Dane clinched the title at the Eastbourne International Open in June. Wozniacki failed to reach the third round at the US Open. She surrendered to Italy’s Giorgi at the Pan Pacific Open despite being the top-seed there. At the Wuhan Open she concluded her run in the round-of-16.

2010 China Open

However, she has a habit of ending the calendar year with a striving success. The China Open which is scheduled to commence from tomorrow. The 2010 China Open champ, Wozniacki has an intriguing first-round match where she will be meeting the former World Number 7, Belinda Bencic from Switzerland. Caroline leads head-to-head 4-2 against the Swiss.



Mahalakshmi Murali

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Mahalakshmi Murali joined EssentiallySports in 2018 as a tennis author and has gone on to pen more than 1800 engaging articles, probing into various aspects of the sport and its illustrious players. With her expertise on the sport, Mahalakshmi has interviewed stalwarts from the sport such as Serena WIlliams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou and Kevin Anderson’s physio, Carlos Costa. Equipped with her vast experience and a keen understanding of the sport, Mahalakshmi now co-heads the tennis department.