101 Facts About Caroline Wozniacki

1. Caroline Wozniacki beat former world No 1s Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams last month and earned her first WTA Tour title at Newport Beach.

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2. Caroline Wozniacki needs to play two Fed Cup events to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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3. Caroline Wozniacki began her season at the Auckland Open for the fifth straight year, but she was upset by the qualifier Bianca Andreescu in straight sets in the second round.

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4. Caroline Wozniacki is a Danish professional tennis player.

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5. Caroline Wozniacki started her season in Auckland this week at the ASB Classic where she lost to Bianca Andreescu in the second round on Thursday.

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6. Caroline Wozniacki breezed past Caroline Wozniacki Garcia before losing in the semifinals to Petra Kvitova in straight sets.

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7. Caroline Wozniacki made a positive start to the season in Auckland, while Maria Sharapova is through to the last eight in Shenzhen.

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8. Caroline Wozniacki will next face Andreescu in the second round on Thursday.

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9. Caroline Wozniacki is playing in Auckland for the fifth time and reached the final last year, losing to Julia Goerges, before going on to win the Australian Open.

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10. Caroline Wozniacki has an exotic collection of cars in her garage, including a prominet red Ferrari, a Audi and a Porsche 911 Carrera.

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11. On December 20, 2010, Caroline Wozniacki signed an agreement with Turkish Airlines to endorse their business class service.

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12. Caroline Wozniacki started out as a junior with her father coaching her.

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13. Caroline Wozniacki continued to compete, despite being plagued by different injuries, and even won two WTA titles during the year, which saw her return to the top 20.

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14. Caroline Wozniacki won the e-Boks Danish Open, and at Montreal, and went on to win the New Haven tournament for the third time in a row.

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15. Caroline Wozniacki was seeded 30th for the French Open, which was the first time she competed in a Grand Slam event as a seeded player.

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16. In 2006, Caroline Wozniacki played in the junior division of the Australian Open.

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17. Caroline Wozniacki was successful as a junior, winning several tournaments in 2005.

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18. Caroline Wozniacki was born 11th July 1990, to Piotr Wozniacki and Anna Wozniacka.

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19. Caroline Wozniacki said she first thought the call was a joke.

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20. In 2011, Caroline Wozniacki advanced to the semifinals of the Australian Open and the US Open.

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21. Caroline Wozniacki is the daughter of Polish immigrants, Piotr Wozniacki and Anna Wozniacka.

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22. Caroline Wozniacki played three matches each at Istanbul, Madrid, and Rome before going out in four rounds at Roland Garros.

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23. Caroline Wozniacki fought against Simona Halep to capture her first career slam in Melbourne.

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24. Caroline Wozniacki trained in Miami during the off-season and she hit with Serena Williams.

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25. Caroline Wozniacki's slided past Taylor Townsend in three sets, then upset Svetlana Kuznetsova in round two after being two breaks down she came back to win in straight sets.

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26. Caroline Wozniacki snapped the losing streak by beating Sharapova in three sets at the 2014 US Open and would go on to the reach the final.

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27. Caroline Wozniacki visited Williams during her recovery from injury in 2011.

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28. Caroline Wozniacki was in a relationship with Northern Irish professional golfer Rory McIlroy from 2011 until 2014.

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29. Caroline Wozniacki's speaks Danish, English and Polish fluently and knows Russian.

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30. In fact, Caroline Wozniacki was one of the few tennis stars to attend Serena Williams's wedding.

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31. Caroline Wozniacki's was then defeated in three sets by sixth seed Elina Svitolina, ending her title defense.

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32. Caroline Wozniacki's was upset in straight sets in her first round robin match by seventh seed Karolina Pliskova, before defeating fourth seed Petra Kvitova in three sets.

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33. Caroline Wozniacki entered the WTA Finals as second seed and defending champion, and was drawn in the White Group.

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34. Caroline Wozniacki was scheduled to start her 2018 US Open Series in Washington, but withdrew due to a right leg injury.

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35. At Wimbledon, Caroline Wozniacki lost in second round to Ekaterina Makarova after saving five match points.

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36. Caroline Wozniacki began her clay court swing at the Istanbul Cup where she made the quarterfinals defeating Ekaterina Alexandrova and Sara Errani before retiring against Pauline Parmentier after splitting sets.

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37. Caroline Wozniacki's defeated Lara Arruabarrena and Aliaksandra Sasnovich, in straight sets and three sets respectively before she lost to eventual finalist Daria Kasatkina again in the fourth round.

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38. At the Australian Open, Caroline Wozniacki was seeded second, her highest seeding since 2012.

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39. Caroline Wozniacki began her season at the Auckland Open for the fourth straight year.

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40. At the 2017 WTA Finals, Caroline Wozniacki beat Elina Svitolina for the first time after losing to her twice in finals, in straight sets.

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41. Caroline Wozniacki eventually made her 6th final of 2017 yet again falling at this stage, this time to Elina Svitolina.

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42. Caroline Wozniacki began her hard-court season in Rogers Cup in Toronto.

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43. Caroline Wozniacki's beat Timea Babos in three sets, recovering from a break down and grass court specialist Tsvetana Pironkova in straight sets.

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44. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to eventual champion Jelena Ostapenko for the third time in three sets.

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45. Caroline Wozniacki began her clay court season at the Volvo Car Open.

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46. At the Miami Open, Caroline Wozniacki beat Varvara Lepchenko and Sorana Cirstea in straight sets before advancing to the quarterfinals after a retirement from Garbine Muguruza.

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47. Caroline Wozniacki's reached the third round, after defeating Arina Rodionova and Donna Vekic, but was defeated by 9th seed and in-form Johanna Konta in straight sets.

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48. Caroline Wozniacki's played some solid tennis against Olympic gold medallist Monica Puig, winning in three sets.

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49. Caroline Wozniacki's started out strong, breezing past Nicole Gibbs and Varvara Lepchenko before losing in the quarterfinals to Julia Gorges in three sets, despite being up a set and a break.

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50. Caroline Wozniacki began the year at the Auckland Open .

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51. Caroline Wozniacki ended the season with a run at the Luxembourg Open.

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52. Caroline Wozniacki's cruised past her first two matches against Coco Vandeweghe and Roberta Vinci before going head to head with Radwanska for the third time in three weeks.

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53. Caroline Wozniacki's showed signs of improvement from her loss of form and injury, dismissing Alize Cornet and 7th seed Sam Stosur and dropping only seven games in the two matches before losing in a three-set match to qualifier Monica Puig.

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54. Caroline Wozniacki won her first match in ten weeks defeating Cagla Buyukakcay, but falling in yet another three-set match to Anett Kontaveit in the second round.

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55. Caroline Wozniacki's was at one point up by a double break in the third set.

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56. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to Dominika Cibulkova in the second round in straight sets.

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57. Caroline Wozniacki began her 2016 season at the ASB Classic in Auckland, where she was defending finalist points.

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58. Caroline Wozniacki's finished the year ranked at No 17, her worst year-end ranking since 2007.

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59. Caroline Wozniacki's beat Mirjana Lucic-Baroni in three sets before losing to Kirsten Flipkens in the second round in straight sets.

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60. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to Anna Karolina Schmiedlova in the second round in three sets, despite being up a set and a break.

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61. Caroline Wozniacki began her Asian hard court swing at the Toray Pan Pacific Open.

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62. Caroline Wozniacki's easily beat Jamie Loeb in her opening match to advance to the second round where she was upset by Petra Cetkovska in a close three-set match despite having four match points.

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63. Caroline Wozniacki's breezed past Caroline Garcia before losing in the semifinals to Petra Kvitova in straight sets.

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64. Caroline Wozniacki's beat Andrea Petkovic in straight sets to advance to the semifinals where she faced Belinda Bencic.

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65. Caroline Wozniacki's beat Jarmila Gajdosova in straight sets and Svetlana Kuznetsova in three sets to advance to the quarterfinals.

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66. Caroline Wozniacki's beat Karin Knapp in straight sets before losing to Julia Gorges in the second round in straight sets.

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67. Caroline Wozniacki's lost in the second round to Victoria Azarenka for the third time in straight sets.

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68. Caroline Wozniacki's lost in the quarterfinals to Maria Sharapova in three sets.

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69. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to Angelique Kerber in the final in three sets, despite serving for the match in the third set.

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70. Caroline Wozniacki started her clay season in Stuttgart where she was seeded fourth.

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71. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to Venus Williams in the fourth round in straight sets.

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72. Caroline Wozniacki's rebounded at the Malaysian Open, winning the title by defeating Romanian Alexandra Dulgheru in the final in three sets.

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73. Caroline Wozniacki started her preparation for the Australian Open at the ASB Classic in Auckland seeded as No 1 and advanced to the final before losing to Venus Williams in three sets.

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74. Caroline Wozniacki's recorded a time of 3 hours, 26 minutes and 33 seconds.

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75. Caroline Wozniacki's was eliminated by Samantha Stosur in her opening match of the tournament.

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76. Caroline Wozniacki was up a set when her opponent was forced to retire due to a severe heat-related illness, allowing Wozniacki to advance to her second Grand Slam final, and her first since the 2009 US Open.

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77. Caroline Wozniacki's faced Magdalena Rybarikova in her opening match, progressing after her opponent was forced to retire early in the third set.

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78. Caroline Wozniacki's was scheduled to start the season in Brisbane but withdrew due to a right shoulder injury and instead began her season in Sydney where she defeated Julia Gorges in three sets, before falling to Lucie Safarova in the second round.

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79. At the US Open, Caroline Wozniacki defeated Duan Yingying and Chanelle Scheepers in straight sets before losing to qualifier Camila Giorgi in the third round.

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80. Caroline Wozniacki's reached the semifinals beating Peng via retirement, Karin Knapp and Sloane Stephens before losing to Simona Halep in straight sets.

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81. Caroline Wozniacki was one of several players to slip and injure themselves, including Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Victoria Azarenka and Maria Sharapova.

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82. Caroline Wozniacki began her grass court season at the Aegon International in Eastbourne.

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83. Caroline Wozniacki's was scheduled to play Li Na, but she had to withdraw due to injury.

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84. Caroline Wozniacki's defeated Urszula Radwanska but lost to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round.

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85. At the China Open in Beijing, Caroline Wozniacki defeated Chanelle Scheepers and Hsieh Su-wei but lost to Angelique Kerber in the third round.

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86. Caroline Wozniacki's lost in two sets to 96th-ranked Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu.

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87. Caroline Wozniacki represented Denmark at the Olympics as the 8th seed in the women's singles event.

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88. Caroline Wozniacki's reached the final but lost to Angelique Kerber, her first loss at the tournament since the start in 2010.

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89. Caroline Wozniacki was the defending champion in Dubai and Indian Wells, but failed to defend either title, losing to Julia Gorges and Ana Ivanovic, respectively.

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90. Caroline Wozniacki competed at the Australian Open as the top seed.

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91. Caroline Wozniacki won two of her three round robin matches in singles, defeating Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Tsvetana Pironkova before losing to world No 2 Petra Kvitova.

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92. Caroline Wozniacki began her season by representing Denmark at the 2012 Hopman Cup with Frederik Nielsen as her partner.

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93. Caroline Wozniacki's finished the year as world No 1 for the second consecutive year.

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94. Caroline Wozniacki's lost to Petra Kvitova in her final round-robin match and so she failed to advance to semifinals for the first time in three appearances.

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95. At the Rogers Cup Caroline Wozniacki made an early second-round exit.

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96. Caroline Wozniacki was the top seed at the French Open, but was upset in the third round by 28th seed Daniela Hantuchova.

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97. At the Brussels Open, Caroline Wozniacki reached the semifinals, where she defeated 3rd seed and reigning French Open champion, Francesca Schiavone.

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98. Caroline Wozniacki's went on to defeat Svetlana Kuznetsova in the final to take her 13th career singles title and first of the year.

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99. Caroline Wozniacki's received a bye to the second round in Dubai where, in the quarterfinals, she beat Shahar Pe'er to ensure her No 1 position in the next rankings update.

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100. Caroline Wozniacki's received a bye to the second round, where she lost to Dominika Cibulkova.

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101. Caroline Wozniacki's won two matches against Team Asia Pacific, before getting crushed by world No 2 Vera Zvonareva in the final against Team Russia.

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