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33-Year-Old Caroline Wozniacki Brings Sass Back to Tennis as She Teases Glimpse of Her Older Self with a Hysterical Reply to Comeback Question

Published 08/07/2023, 4:27 PM EDT

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By now, it is well known that Caroline Wozniacki, the former World No.1, is ready to make her comeback on the court. Wozniacki is ready for her match after a three and half year break. Ahead of her much-anticipated return, Wozniacki recently had the whole room howling uncontrollably during an interview. As she prods a brief look at her older self with a hysterical reply, the anticipation for her return develops further.

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Her journey included self-improvement, adjusting to parenthood, and managing rheumatoid joint pain. With wild cards for the Canadian Open and the Cincinnati Open, Wozniacki is ready to play at the US Open. Her cutthroat soul stays solid, anxious to demonstrate that age and life’s difficulties will not prevent her dreams.

Caroline Wozniacki returns to tennis with her unyielding spirit and sass


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In her recent interview, Wozniacki shared an answer with sass that has enlivened innumerable fans around the world. Her recent comment about the progressions in women’s tennis since her Australian Open triumph carried a reviving realism to the procedures.

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According to Tennis Letter’s tweet, Caroline Wozniacki was asked how she’d judge women’s tennis now. She shared, “I mean… it hasn’t been that many years. It’s not like I’m coming back 20 years later. 😂.”


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After her reply, the entire room erupted in laughter. The world of tennis has certainly missed Wozniacki and her sass off the court.

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As she gets ready for this return, Wozniacki means to exhibit her best tennis yet. Wozniacki desires to motivate others, including her kids, that chasing after dreams knows no limits. As a former world number one, she’s no stranger to hostile questions but has developed a resilient strategy for press conferences.

Wozniacki tackles reporters with grace and sass in a recent interview

With charisma and witty humor, Wozniacki’s return promises to have a lasting impact on and off the court. In a recent Tennis Channel interview, she shared how she handles criticism, staying focused on her skills and not letting press questions affect her confidence. This perspective fuels her determination to perform at her best on the court.


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Her way to deal with journos is an example of the self-conviction and her trust in abilities as a competitor. She has figured out how to transcend pessimism and focus on her game. Will Wozniacki leave her mark on the upcoming tournaments? Let us know in the comments.

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Written by:

Dr Aditya Raveendran Menon


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Aditya Menon is a Tennis Writer at EssentiallySports, covering several high-profile tournaments and events. With a passion for writing that matches his love for the sport, he has a special interest in covering the activities of tennis legends like Serena Williams and the ‘Big Three’ of men’s tennis. Aditya’s interest in tennis started at a young age when his father introduced him to the sport.
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Tony Thomas