Born on July 11, 1990 in Odense, Caroline Wozniacki is a professional tennis player who speaks fluent Polish, Danish and English. She became trilingual being born to parents from Poland. Wozniacki’s parents were athletes and her brother was also a former professional footballer in Denmark.
In July 19, 2005 Wozniacki made her first appearance at Cincinnati’s Western and Southern Financial Group Women’s Open in the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour. She lost a tournament to Patty Schnyder in the first round, who became the champion later on. Wozniacki also appeared in the Orange Bowl tennis championship that same year.
At the Australian Open in 2006 for the junior girl’s single, Wozniacki lost a final game to Russian player, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova but was seeded second in the doubles tournament with Anna Tatishvili. Duo Alice Cornet and Corinna Dentoni, seeded eighth, and won in the semi-final instead.
In early 2008, Wozniacki lost an exhibition game to Maria Sharapova but won the doubles event when she paired with Venus Williams. Both games were played in Hong Kong. At the 2008 Australian Open Caroline Wozniacki defeated Argentine Dulko, Alyona Bondarenko, and Sabine Lisicki, but lost a game to Ana Ivanović.
2010 was a notable year for Wozniacki. It was during this year that she was able to reach her career highest rank at No. 1. Eight years later, she is still one of the top ranked tennis players, sitting at the No. 2 spot as of February 2018. She did, however, reached No. 1 in January 2018.
She fell out of the top ten after dropping out of several tournaments due to a viral illness in 2019. Wozniacki was able to reach the finals of the Charleston Open.
So far in her career, Wozniacki boasts of having a career record of 584 victories and 233 losses. She has 28 WTA and 4 ITF titles. She also boasts of having a Grand Slam title, which she recently acquired, during the 2018 Australian Open.
Her previous performance in Grand Slam tournaments is also nothing to be shy about. She has reached the quarterfinals of the French Open, the Finals of the US Open, and fourth round of Wimbledon. Tennis Magazine has also ranked Wozniacki as the 24th best female tennis player in open era.
• 619–254 (70.9%) career record – singles• 30 Women’s Tennis Association career titles - singles• 4 International Tennis Federation career titles – singles• 36–55 (39.56%) career record - doubles• 2 Women’s Tennis Association career titles - doubles