November 27, 2020

Caroline Wozniacki Talks U.S. Open, Maria Sharapova, Stella McCartney and Off-Hours Fashion

NEW YORK — Who has time for coffee?
With the start of the U.S Open days away, Caroline Wozniacki had training to tend to on Tuesday, shelving plans for an Adidas by Stella McCartney-organized 8 a.m. breakfast.
Nearing noon, the number-five ranked player sounded a little zapped after what had been “a busy productive morning” — in the gym at 7 a.m. followed by a few hours of practice. In a phone interview, Wozniacki said of the highly competitive field, “I think everyone is tough. There are a lot of great players out there. I’m just going to keep my head down, believe in myself and hope for the best that I can do good. I believe if you are well prepared and you feel good, everything is going to fall into place and work out.”
Maria Sharapova will be back in Arthur Ashe Stadium for the first time since her 15-month doping suspension. “She got a wild card so, you know, we’ll see. She’ll have to work her way back up. But obviously, she’s a good player and she’ll find her way,” Wozniacki said.
Balancing her own fame and publicity with social media requires a different kind of serve. In January, she blasted ex-fiancé,

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