The former first racket of the world Caroline Wozniacki has announced that it is retiring after the Australian Open in 2020. Danish tennis player said that retirement is not health-related.
About retirement after the Australian Open Caroline announced on his instagram.
Carolyn has been a professional tennis since the age of 15. During this time she has won 30 WTA singles titles, was the first racket of the world for 71 weeks, won at the Final tournament, participated in three Olympic games, won the Australian Open in 2018.
I always told myself that the time will come and I know that more want to do different things off the court, and here it came. In recent months I realized that life is much much more that I can do outside of the court,
– posted by Carolyn.
In the words of tennis player, she is interested in creating their project, which will tell you about rheumatoid arthritis.
So, today I announce that I am leaving tennis after the Australian Open in January. It has nothing to do with my health and this is not goodbye. I look forward to the opportunity to share this exciting journey with all of you!,
– said the Dane.
In addition, Wozniacki thanked fans, friends, sponsors, team and my family for their support. “Without you I would never have achieved!”
29-year-old Wozniacki currently occupies the 37th place in the WTA rankings. Last season she failed to win a single title. Her prize was almost two million dollars.