(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.
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Fans were heartbroken when Caroline Wozniacki took retirement from tennis at the age of just 29. She played her last tennis match at the Australian Open 2020 and decided to bid goodbye to the sport after losing in the third round.
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Wozniacki won 30 WTA titles between 2008 and 2018, and held the World No.1 ranking for 71 weeks. After two runner-up showings at the US Open in 2009 and 2014, she was able to seal her career with her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in 2018. Wozniacki is the most accomplished tennis player in Denmark's history.
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