(December 6, 2019) -- 30-time WTA winner Caroline Wozniacki has announced that she will be retiring from professional tennis after the Australian open in January 2020. Wozniacki, who has been playing professionally since she was 15 years old, was a guest on Good Morning America (GMA) when she made the announcement.
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In her career, Wozniacki won 31 WTA titles. She also reached the US Open finals twice – in 2009, losing to Kim Clijsters and in 2014, losing to Serena Williams.
Following a successful 2018 season in which she won her only Grand Slam title, Caroline Wozniacki revealed that she had been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark celebrates victory after her Ladies Singles third round match against Anett Kontaveit of Estonia on day six of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on London, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images) The match will take place on February 9, 2022 in Copenhagen.
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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – JANUARY 08:Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark and Serena Williams of the USA leave the court following their doubles match against Caroline Dolehide of the USA and Johanna Larsson of Sweden during day three of the 2020 Women’s ASB Classic at ASB Tennis Centre on January 08, 2020 in Auckland, New Zealand.