Well, caro (at 14) is asked if she thinks she got her winner instinct from her parents because they both have been in proff sports (volleyball and soccer). Caro (14) answers very politely that without her parents support she probably would not have been playing tennis, or at least not as good as she does now (did then).
It really is not that funny, but it shows how she already at that age was quite good at answering questions from reporters.
Back to the present... I Would say that she seems very relaxed and happy and talks more freely and openly than she normally does in these situations.
Jankovic, Schiavone, Dementieva and Zvonareva was first asked their opinion on Caro as World #1 and then there's an interview with Caro.
After this they switch to an interview with Viktor Axelsen, the Danish Badminton Boy's U-19 World Champion. Then followed with some footage of former Danish world #1 in men's Badminton Peter Gade from the same KB Hallen which happens to be the same arena as Wozniacki vs. Hingis in the clip above.
Last edited by stangtennis : Oct 25th, 2010 at 11:03 PM.
Could any of the Danish posters shed a little light on the origin of this? It looks like it is from a sketch comedy show.
It's from the weekly Danish sketch show, 'Live fra Bremen', which is the Danish answer to the American sketch show 'Saturday Night Live'.
'Live fra Bremen' has made several sketches about Caro.
If you search YouTube for 'Live fra Bremen Wozniacki', then you will find other sketches too, like these:
Translation of the above sketch about the Haiti earthquake:
Q: Caroline Wozniacki can we get a comment on Haiti?
CW: Haiti, she's a great player but I'm sure I can beat her. I just need to get into the court and play my game.
Q: No, I'm thinking of Haiti the earthquake.
CW: No I don't know her, but I'm sure if I just play my game...
Q: No no stop stop, I would like a comment on Haiti.
CW: Oh, you should have just said that. [turns to the Camera] Hi, my name is Caroline Wozniacki and when I'm in Denmark I always listen to Radio Haiti.
Q: No no no, it's not Radio Haiti, it's a country.
CW: A country? How cool, then I can also call it from my [turns to the Camera] Sony Ericsson mobile.
Q: Listen now, 150.000 people died, don't you have any comment on this?
CW: Oh, then we must hope they had their [turns to the Camera] Europæiske travel insurance. Yeah, thanks.
Q: Tell me, don't you have any feelings at all?
CW: ... I have fucked Laudrup's son.
Last edited by stangtennis : Oct 29th, 2010 at 12:46 PM.