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Caroline has not found a new coach yet. So far as I know, considering she is currently its possibilities, and only later she signs her decision out, he said by telephone from the United States.
AFAIK the previous story was that the new coach had been found but couldn't start until the end of the season. I hope this doesn't mean that this is another fictional coach story, and that Caroline has no real intention of getting one.
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I guess we find out at end season or start next season

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That she would have 2 years like this, and still not have a coach, to me, it means she doesnt want a coach.
In most sports, when you have early success, you want more.
In tennis, there is a lot of this, where you make some money and then your career falls apart. Many others besides Caro looked like they would be superstars, and fell quickly and permanently
That is the point!! She donīt want a new coach, she donīt want to change anything!

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Can someone, who knows Chinese, translate this article for me, please?:
http://news.youth.cn/zc/201309/t20130929_3959252.htm

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沃兹尼亚奇接受了本刊记者专访,在谈到和李娜的关系,她说李娜曾答应带她去做指甲,她也一直在等,现在已经 等了三年啦
http://sports.kankanews.com/tennis/2.../2843871.shtml
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Can someone, who knows Chinese, translate this article for me, please?:
http://news.youth.cn/zc/201309/t20130929_3959252.htm

And also this sentence:
for the sentence, "沃兹尼亚奇接受了本刊记者专访,在谈到和李娜的关系,她说李娜曾答应带她去做指甲,她也一直在等,现在已 经 等了三年啦"
the interviewer ask caro about her relationship with li na, caro said li na promise to take her to do nail (doing nail? don't know what it call in english, but anyway something with the nail), caro has been waiting li na to do so for 3 years, and she's still waiting
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for the sentence, "沃兹尼亚奇接受了本刊记者专访,在谈到和李娜的关系,她说李娜曾答应带她去做指甲,她也一直在等,现在已 经 等了三年啦"
the interviewer ask caro about her relationship with li na, caro said li na promise to take her to do nail (doing nail? don't know what it call in english, but anyway something with the nail), caro has been waiting li na to do so for 3 years, and she's still waiting
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Can someone, who knows Chinese, translate this article for me, please?:
http://news.youth.cn/zc/201309/t20130929_3959252.htm

And also this sentence:
as for the article, it is mainly about djokovic's engagement, but the journalist of coz will ask something about caro and rory, and the following part is the one about what caro has said:

Wozniacki: No engagement plans

Wozniacki and golfer Rory McIlroy are famous sports couples, there are rumors about their break up earlier this year, but rory has support caro publicly at the us open this year to break the "break up rumors".

caro and djokovic are neighbors at monaco, djokovic had joked that he will watch caro practice secretly. Caro claim that she know nothing about djokovic's engagement. " i had asked novak earlier and he said he has not engaged, i will ask him to explain when i see him" said an all smiled wozniacki.

good friend and neighbor engaged, will that make wozzy want to get married with rory?

"if i'm engaged, i probably will not share that with the public, and we do not have have any plan to get an engagement", wozniacki joked that if she has engaged, she may probably choose to get "secrect marriage".

that's it, hope you all understand that.
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that's it, hope you all understand that.
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Wozniacki looks to claim 2nd China Open title
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for the sentence, "沃兹尼亚奇接受了本刊记者专访,在谈到和李娜的关系,她说李娜曾答应带她去做指甲,她也一直在等,现在已 经 等了三年啦"
the interviewer ask caro about her relationship with li na, caro said li na promise to take her to do nail (doing nail? don't know what it call in english, but anyway something with the nail), caro has been waiting li na to do so for 3 years, and she's still waiting
It's called getting their nails done. Caro wants Li to go with her to presumably a nail salon so they can paint their nails professionally. Thanks for the translation, too
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CHINA OPEN

September 29, 2013

Caroline Wozniacki

BEIJING, CHINA

http://www.asapsports.com/show_interview.php?id=92848
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THE MODERATOR: We're going to start with questions in English.
First question.

Q. You won the China Open in 2010. Does having this title give you any extra confidence heading into this tournament?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Yeah, definitely. You always enjoy coming back to places where you've won before. I played here well in the past, so hopefully I can repeat that this year.

Q. First of all, welcome back. I just saw you practice out there. Talk about your preparation. You played in Tokyo. What kind of positive things do you want to carry to here, and what kind of things you want to improve here? Thank you.
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Yeah, I played well last week and I'm pleased about the way I performed. So here it was more just getting used to conditions and working on a couple of small details.
But in general, just keep going, and hopefully I can get a good start to the tournament here.

Q. The first round at US Open you play against a Chinese player Ying Ying Duan. Do you remember it, and could you talk about that match?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Yeah, I remember it. She was playing well, very aggressively. She's a big girl and a tall girl, so she was playing very flat and hard.
You know, it was tough match for me.

Q. This is a question about your majors. What do you attribute your recent struggles in the majors to, and what do you feel like you're doing to address those struggles and concerns?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: I don't really have any concerns. I just keep going. It's a sport. Sometimes it's also about the draw. It's about how you're feeling, if you have small injuries or not.
It hasn't been my best year in the Grand Slams this year, but it happens. There is always a new year next year, and hopefully I can do better.

Q. Since you mentioned the draw, how do you feel about your draw for this tournament?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Honestly, I never look at the draw. I just know who I play in the first round. I like to keep it that way. No point in looking who you're going to play in the semifinals or finals. So many people can beat someone and it changes.
For me, I just focus on one match at a time and see what happens.

Q. You have a bye in the first round. How does that affect your preparation? Are you looking forward to any extra rest or anything?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: I love playing against bye. It's always easy. I always win. I have a very positive record against bye.
But, no, this week it's really nice to have a bye because we come from Tokyo and we just arrived, you know, and having to play. This tournament starts on a Saturday, so with having to play yesterday, it would be kind of a nightmare.
So it's really nice that we have the opportunity to sit over a round.

Q. Are you going to use any of your time off to get out and see anything in Beijing, or have you seen anything since you got here?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: I haven't had time to see anything yet. We just arrived yesterday, so it's been pretty tight. We'll see depending on my schedule and how I play.
But I have done some sightseeing before. I've seen quite a few of the places.
THE MODERATOR: Questions in Chinese.

Q. By the end of October, there is a golf match. I'm not sure whether you have a plan to visit that golf.
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: I'm not sure. Depends on my schedule, depends how I do here and in Luxembourg, I suppose.
We'll see. I may be there, but I might not.

Q. We know that in Malaysia in first round you lost to Chinese player Qiang Wang, which is younger. In first round of US Open, you fight against Ying Ying Duan, and in second set she even got winning point. Eventually you win that match. Can you compare those two Chinese players? Can you comment on those two players?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: There is a very big difference between those two matches because in Malaysia I was sick and had fever and barely got out of bed.
The US Open against Ying Ying, she was playing really well and she was really playing aggressively and got me into trouble.
So those two matches were very different. I was playing really well at the US Open, and she gave me struggles.
You know, I think she's a player to look for in the future.

Q. So actually this is a very crucial moment for you to penetrate into the WTA final. As a former China Open titleholder, what expectations do you have this year?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Yeah, obviously I need to do well here to get into the Championships, and that's the goal.
But for me, I think it's important just to focus on this tournament and not put too much pressure on myself.
It's a tournament that I've played well at before, so hopefully I can play well again this year. That's my goal. (Smiling.)

Q. Previously, Djokovic announced his news of engagement on Facebook. As a public figure, are you expecting that your private life is going to be exposed or will it be low‑key? Are you going to try to share the good news with your fans if you get married or keep it confidential and for friends only?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: First, last year I was told that Djokovic was engaged as well, and I went to ask him, and he said, No, I'm not engaged. So I need to confirm with the right sources. And if he is, I am really expecting an invitation to the wedding. So I need to have a talk with him.
Second of all, I'm not engaged. I don't know if I get engaged if I would share it or not. It's not really anything that I've been thinking about, to be honest.
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Caroline Wozniacki: I will continue to stay positive
http://www.chinadailyasia.com/sports..._15090655.html

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Hello to everyone in China! I am Caroline Wozniacki from Denmark, and I am ranked No 8 in the world.

All my fans in China know that Beijing is a very special place for me because it was here that I realized my dream to be ranked the world No 1 after winning the China Open in 2010. I was only 20 years old and everything happened so quickly that it’s difficult to describe how it feels to have a dream come true at such a young age.

Last year I dropped down from the top ranking to No 10 by the end of the year, which drew some negative comments from the media. But I learned a positive lesson from that.

Being No 1 for 67 weeks from 2010 to 2012, I got so much attention. If I lost a match, it seemed like a disaster in the media reports. I think I just reached the point where I had to calm down a little bit mentally to make me really hungry again.

Fame sometimes brings unexpected attention about your private life, especially when my romance with Rory (McIlroy ) went public. He’s one of the best and most famous golfers in the world, and honestly, it’s a challenge to keep the relationship going as we both have busy schedules.

I don’t really pay attention to what the media says about us. I think it’s just part of the job. If you do well and you are popular, you will be the target of gossip. Despite the scheduling issues, we’ve made our relationship work so far. Hopefully, we can keep making it work.

However, I don’t know if I would share it or not if I get engaged. It’s not really anything that I’ve been thinking about, to be honest. But I will ask Novak (Djokovic) for an invitation to his wedding if his engagement is true. Last year I was told he was engaged as well, but when I went to ask him about it, he said he was not. So I need to confirm with the right source.

Naturally, golf has become one of my favorite hobby sports. It’s fun to play, and I really enjoy it with Rory. We played a par-3 course a few months ago and I made 6 pars so I was pretty proud of myself.

Apart from sports, I also like baking. I am a big fan of chocolate chip cookies so I learned how to make them. My family loves sweets, so when I make cookies they disappear quickly!

Another secret about me is I sometimes carry a teddy bear in my luggage when I’m traveling around the world. Sleeping with my teddy bear helps me relax.
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Caro becoming #1 is one of the Wta's 40 Love Moments:

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Williams breezes past Wozniacki to reach China semis
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"I felt I played really well tonight, especially in the first set," Williams told reporters. "I played well in the second set too, but I think Caroline just played so much better and she lifted her game so much.

"But I think overall it was the best performance I've had this week, which I'm excited about."
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