Director celebrates caroline's retirement: - Bittersweet

See also: She's wild career in pictures As turneringsdirektør for the Australian Open Craig Tiley followed all of the Caroline She performance in the sydaust

Director celebrates caroline's retirement: - Bittersweet

See also: She's wild career in pictures As turneringsdirektør for the Australian Open Craig Tiley followed all of the Caroline She performance in the sydaust

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
08 December 2019 Sunday 03:00
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Director celebrates caroline's retirement: - Bittersweet

See also: She's wild career in pictures

As turneringsdirektør for the Australian Open Craig Tiley followed all of the Caroline She performance in the sydaustralske high summer, since she in 2008 got a bit of an international breakthrough by reaching the fourth round, where fjerdeseede Ana Ivanovic came across.

the post featured on everything from the defeat in the first round of a burnt match point in the semi-finals in 2011 to the ultimate triumph in 2018.

Craig Tiley and Caroline Wozniacki with the cup in 2018. Now he gets the honor of sending her into retirement. Photo: Cal Sport Media/Ritzau Scanpix

Now thank she so of at the same stadium, and Craig Tiley is looking forward to the event with mixed feelings, he writes for Ekstra Bladet.

’Our feelings in January, it will be bittersweet when we bid Caroline welcome back to the Australian Open, knowing that it will be her last tournament’, is it from Melbourne, where the south african has been in turneringsledelsen since 2006.

’Caroline is a crowd favourite here in Australia and was a hugely popular and pleasant champion in 2018’.

caroline's tear-stained sejrsstund. Perhaps the tears flow again in January. Photo: Scott Barbour/
According to Ekstra information has the same Craig Tiley opposite Team Wozniacki aired just the opportunity to finish his career and allow themselves to shelf in just the arena, where she picked up her life's greatest triumph.

Maybe it has been instrumental in her choice of the last tournament.

Caroline She career at 82 seconds. That's why she's the greatest Danish tennis player ever. Editing: Kristian Hansen

Under all circumstances, she can surely expect something special on Rod Laver Arena or the surrounding lanes, where she is going to hit his last ball.

’We are looking forward to celebrating her amazing career and achievements. And even though she will be missed, so we look forward to maintaining our relationship, just as we hope for a bright future for her and her family’, writes Craig Tiley.

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All of Caroline She wins

Friday chosen Caroline Wozniacki to announce that she sets its pointer in the January after the Australian Open.

She has won 30 international tournaments. Here are the victories for the year.

2008:

* Nordic Light Open after cup over Vera Dushevina.

* the Connecticut Open after cup over Anna Chakvetadze.

* Japan Open after cup over Kaia Kanepi.

2009:

* the Amelia Island Championships after cup over Aleksandra Wozniak.

* the Eastbourne International after cup over Virginie Razzano.

* the Connecticut Open after cup over Elena Vesnina.

2010:

* the Amelia Island Championships after cup over Olga Govortsova.

* the Danish Open after cup over Klara Zakopalova.

* the Canadian Open after cup over Vera Zvonareva.

* the Connecticut Open after cup over Nadia Petrova.

* the Pan Pacific Open after cup over Elena Dementieva.

* the China Open after cup over Vera Zvonareva.

2011:

* Dubai Tennis Championship after cup over Svetlana Kuznetsova.

* Indian Wells after cup over Marion Bartoli.

* the Charleston Open after cup over Elena Vesnina.

* Brussels Open after cup over Peng Shuai.

* the Danish Open after cup over Lucie Safarova.

* the Connecticut Open after cup over Petra Cetkovska.

2012:

* the Korea Open after the cup over Kaia Kanepi.

* the Kremlin Cup after cup over Samantha Stosur.

2013:

* the Luxembourg Open after cup over Annika Beck.

2014:

* Istanbul Cup after cup over Roberta Vinci.

2015:

* the Malaysian Open after cup over Alexandra Dulgheru.

2016:

* the Pan Pacific Open after the cup against Naomi Osaka.

* Hong Kong Open after cup over Kristina Mladenovic.

2017:

* the Pan Pacific Open after cup over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.

* the WTA Finals after cup over Venus Williams.

2018:

* the Australian Open after cup over Simona Halep.

* the Eastbourne International after cup of Aryna Sabalenka.

* the China Open after cup over Anastasija Sevastova.

Source: WTA.

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