WATCH: Caroline Wozniacki Makes an Incredible Return to Tennis Court After Retirement

Published 10/09/2021, 3:30 PM EDT
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark drapes a Danish flag over her shoulders and acknowledges the crowd after losing her Women’s Singles third round match against Ons Jabeur of Tunisia on day five of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)


Fans were heartbroken when Caroline Wozniacki took retirement from tennis at the age of just 29. She played her last tennis match at the Australian Open 2020 and decided to bid goodbye to the sport after losing in the third round.

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Former World No.1 Caroline Wozniacki won the Australian Open 2018 title, which remains her only Grand Slam title to date. Besides this, she also won the WTA Finals in 2017.

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Caroline Wozniacki returns to the court once again

Interestingly, Wozniacki decided to return to the court once again. In a video that she uploaded on her Twitter handle, one can see her smash some forehands and backhands. The Danish former player still looks in great touch.

“Back at it! Will probably be sore tomorrow,” tweeted Wozniacki. 

Jokingly, Wozniacki implied that she was back in practice after so long that she’ll probably be sore the next day. Either way, fans are really happy to catch a glimpse of the Danish star.

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Wozniacki will play her farewell match against Angelique Kerber

To properly bid goodbye to the sport, Wozniacki decided to step on the court one last time for her fans. Earlier, it was planned to be against Serena Williams but now, her last match will take place against her good friend and 3-time Grand Slam champion, Angelique Kerber.

Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark celebrates victory after her Ladies Singles third round match against Anett Kontaveit of Estonia on day six of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on London, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

The match will take place on February 9, 2022 in Copenhagen. Thus, with this, fans will finally get to say an official goodbye to Wozniacki.

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Looking at her shots, supporters believe that Caroline Wozniacki still has got a lot of tennis left inside her. Is there any chance that the 31-year-old will return from retirement?

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Anshul Singh

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Anshul Singh is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports, currently pursuing Journalism Honors from Delhi University. Having significant experience with content, Anshul has authored over 1000 tennis articles. He has previously worked as a writer and an editor for DU Express, penning riveting articles on sports, politics, and culture.

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