BREAKING: Caroline Wozniacki will come back to play tennis!

The 32-year-old is set to make her return to the tour starting with the WTA 1000 in Canada and Cincinnati, with the aim of arriving in form at the 2023 US Open

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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BREAKING: Caroline Wozniacki will come back to play tennis!

Caroline Wozniacki will come back to play on a tennis court! After a three-year hiatus, the former world number 1 Danish tennis player and former winner of the 2018 Australian Open has decided to return. In a report dedicated to her by Vogue, she said: "In these last three years away from the game I have been able to make up for lost time with my family, I became a mother and now have two beautiful children that I am so grateful for.

But I still have goals that I want to achieve. I want to show my children that you can pursue your dreams regardless of your age or role. We've decided as a family that it's time. I'm getting back to playing and I can't wait."

Caroline Wozniacki is back playing tennis!

The 32-year-old is set to make her return to the tour starting with the WTA 1000 in Canada and Cincinnati, with the aim of arriving in form at the 2023 US Open. Caroline also said: "There's an electric vibe in New York that's unique in the world and I can't get enough of it: I've played well there for years.

Also, David was in the New York Knicks for five seasons, we both love that city. I'll start playing in Montreal just to get my rhythm back, and then we'll all go to New York. After that, I'll have a couple of months to prepare for Australia, and we'll go from there.

The Paris Olympics are also a goal. " She also explained: "I didn't hit a tennis ball until after James was born, more than two years after my last game. It's hard to say why or what changed, but when my dad saw me practice one day she said to me: You seem to be having more fun!

And that was exactly how I felt. I was relaxed and felt joy." Wozniacki had said enough before the 2020 Australian Open, at the age of 29, stating that she wanted to give precedence to life with her husband David Lee. The tennis player, who was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2018, thus built a solid family alongside the former NBA player.

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