Caroline Wozniacki is into the last 16 of the US Open after a three set win over Jennifer Brady.
Playing in only her third tournament since deciding to resume her career after a three-year absence, Caroline Wozniacki has knocked world No.11 Petra Kvitova out in...
Caroline Wozniacki admits there are ‘quite a few things’ that she would like to improve in her game as she continues her comeback. The former world...
Caroline Wozniacki said she ‘felt the love’ instantly as she walked onto the IGA Stadium to play her first competitive match in over three years at...
Denmark’s Holger Rune says the possibility of playing mixed doubles with Caroline Wozniacki at next year’s Olympic games would be ‘the perfect mix’ for him. The...
Caroline Wozniacki appears to be as ambitious as ever ahead of her return to competitive tennis at the Canadian Open on Tuesday. The former world No.1...
Caroline Wozniacki is set to make her tennis return in Montreal in August.
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Caroline Wozniacki gave her last on-court interview and said goodbye to the fans after she lost the last match of her career.
One of the rising stars of the women's tour is facing allegations of poor sportsmanship.
The 29-year-old is making her final preparations ahead of her last grand slam appearance.
The 29-year-old will not be action this week following her recent run in Auckland.
Both women praised each other following their opening win in the New Zealand capital.
Details have been released about a special event that will take place in honour of the former world No.1.
The 29-year-old tennis star might not have been praised by everybody, but her upcoming departure will leave a noticeable gap on the WTA Tour.
Caroline Wozniacki has announced that she will retire from tennis after the Australian Open in January.
The former world No.1 speaks out about the impact the Williams sisters has had on her.
The world No.19 was not in a good mood during her third round match at The All England Club
Madison Keys surprisingly lost in straight sets to Polona Hercog, while Caroline Wozniacki beat Veronika Kudermetova.
Caroline Wozniacki started her bid for a third title in Eastbourne with a win, while Pliskova, Ostapenko and Vondrousova also secured victories.