Re: Danish Delight - Caroline Wozniacki thread - vol 5
Originally Posted by bruce goose
We hear a lot of praise for certain tourneys that treat players well during their stays,but I'm sure that,at least on occasion,there have been a few tourneys where the players offered scant kind words afterwards.Most of the gals would endeavor to be polite and discreet,though it's not always difficult to read between the lines.To anyone's recollection,have there been any events where Caroline was clearly non-plussed after the fact?
Caro didn't seem to enjoy Olympic tennis this year although there may be some dissapointment over her result/play factoring in there. She didn't like how they were so far from the other non-tennis Olympians and thought that playing at the same tournament (Wimbledon) took away its specialness.
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