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Caroline Wozniacki Got Robbed at a Grocery Store

Caroline Wozniacki Got Robbed at a Grocery Store

Caroline Wozniacki

The world is busy stocking up groceries and daily essentials of human life, and consequently the stores are running out of stock due to the lockdowns all over the world. Former World Number one Caroline Wozniacki seemed to have come across a similar situation.

The Dane cherrypicked from the available items in the store, but by the time she reached the billing counter, Wozniacki realized that one of their items went missing. Further, she posted on twitter addressing the same.

Caroline Wozniacki stranded in Africa

Earlier this month Wozniacki and her husband David Lee were stuck in Africa. There were fewer flights available and after days of waiting they finally caught a flight to Denmark. Post that, they locked themselves safely in their houses.

Caroline Wozniacki retired from tennis after her defeat at Australian Open 2020 to Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur, and before that she played doubles tennis alongside World Number nine Serena Williams in Auckland and reached the finals. 

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, tennis players seem to spend quality time with themselves and their families. To begin with, the Williams sisters, Serena is occupied with her motherhood duties and whereas Venus regularly posts her workout regime.

In one of the Instagram stories of Serena Williams on Friday, her daughter Alexis Olympia showed her backhand skills. She powerfully hit the backhand with a plastic toy which was followed by appreciating footwork.

Venus Williams has been actively posting her workout rituals, and she hasn’t been a couch potato during this untimely break on the  WTA Tour. 

Meanwhile, the ATP men Stan Wawrinka and Benoit Paire had a gala time over a drink and simultaneously interacted with their fans.

And the NextGen, Dominic Thiem, and Daniil Medvedev sit together every evening, by respecting the rules of social-distancing and spend time by playing FIFA.

Read More – Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev Bond Over FIFA During Coronavirus Pandemic

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