Wozniacki: "I don't know if I will continue playing; I will think carefully about it"
In serious doubt. This is how Caroline Wozniacki goes through these days. The Danish, former World No. 1 and champion of Grand Slam, said she does not know if she will continue to be a professional tennis player.
After an irregular 2019, he was close to being out of the Top 40 of the WTA world ranking. At 29, with his love life resolved and the economic aspect still more resolved, he doubts about his immediate future. He had problems with an illness and now, in an interview with local Sport TV2, which reproduces the site Blog Tenis: Punto de Break | El tenis visto desde la grada, he left the door open for retirement.
Recently, her brother implied that Caroline would play in 2020, although she said almost two months ago that her goal was to recover to return slowly. Now he dares not answer the question about a possible goodbye to the circuit. “I still don't know if he will continue playing, it's something I have to think carefully. For now, I want to spend a pleasant family time. Whatever you decide, it was an amazing trip, ”confesses a woman who always made it clear in her career that she didn't see herself playing beyond 30 years.
The great surprise of the report came when he was asked for the most special moment of his career. “It is clear that winning a Grand Slam or being the number one in the world are huge achievements for a tennis player but, personally, I don't think there is anything bigger than being the main figure in Denmark. In this case, being championed in the Olympic Games. It's something really great, something I will always remember with a smile and a lot of pride. Something that one day I hope to teach my children, ”he recalled about his role in Rio de Janeiro 2016.
Wozniacki will always be one of the most important figures in women's tennis in the last 15 years. “In 2001 I didn't know what I was preparing for. I also didn't know how difficult everything would be or the amount of potholes that I would find along the way. There were many people who thought I was a little crazy to say that, to say that one day it would be the number one in the world, it certainly wasn't something we were used to in Denmark. "
The beautiful player finished: "There were always people who told me that it was something impossible, that I would not succeed, but I always had a lot of faith in myself." Without a doubt, a fighter, who now struggles, precisely, to define what to do your future...