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Twitter Reacts as Caroline Wozniacki Announces Retirement

Twitter Reacts as Caroline Wozniacki Announces Retirement

Caroline Wozniacki 

As former World Number one tennis player, Caroline Wozniacki announced her retirement numerous tennis professionals congratulated on her successful career and wished her luck for the future projects. She’ll definitely be missed by her fans. 

“I’m ready to move on to the next chapter in my life,” the 29-year-old, Wozniacki broke the news on Good Morning America. “Australian Open 2020 is going to be my last tournament. It’s obviously a decision I’ve thought about for a long time. I just got married this year so that’s exciting and there are so many other things I’d like to do off the court,” Wozniacki said.

The Australian Open 2018 champion, Caroline Wozniacki has made up her mind to set aside her racquets after 15 years of service to the WTA Tour and is ready to explore new ventures. 

“I’ve always thought when there are other things I’d want to do more it’s just time to be done. It just felt right in my heart,” World Number 37, Wozniacki added.

“It’s never going to be an easy decision when you’ve done this your whole life but it just feels right. I’m ready for it,” she mentioned.

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“You know that a sports career is only so long and so we all knew there was going to come to an end eventually. I think the timing was right. I still feel like I can beat anyone.”

Besides tennis, the Dane, Wozniacki is presently pursuing a degree at Harvard Business School. “I wanted to finish at a time when I still felt great. I love the sport and when I leave I still want to love the sport and feel the passion for it,” Wozniacki expounded. 

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