Wozniacki returns to tennis three years after his retirement

the danish Caroline Wozniackiwho retired at the beginning of 2020, will return to compete in the next US Open (who has granted her an invitation), 32 years old and after being a mother twice. Wozniacki, who won a Grand Slam and became number one in the world, hung up the racket three years ago, suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. However, despite the prolonged hiatus, the Danish has announced, in an interview with Voguewho still has pending accounts with tennis and who plans to return to the competition this year.

“In the last three years that I have been away from tennis, I have been able to make up for lost time with my family. I have become the mother of two beautiful children and I am very grateful for it, but I still have goals to achieve. I want to show my children that you can pursue your dreams, no matter your age or role. We have decided as a family that it is time, I am going to play again ”Wozniacki said in the publication where other tennis players, such as Serena Williams, announced their withdrawal.

Married to former NBA player David Lee, Wozniacki has been a mother twice so she could join the club of tennis players who gave birth and later won a Grand Slam. Margaret Court, Kim Clijsters and Evonne Goolagong got it before her, while Serena won Australia 2017 when she was already pregnant.

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Wozniacki reached the top of world tennis in October 2010won the Australian Open in 2018, reached two finals at the US Open and won 30 titles, in addition to winning more than 600 matches on tour and being crowned master in 2017.

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