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“My dad asked me before the tournament started: ‘Do you really want to go? It was definitely one of the best decisions ever.”Perhaps the ultimate statement of Wozniacki’s renewed self-belief came when she agreed to her photo-shoot for Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition.
“It was actually something that I’ve always wanted to do,” she said.
At the end of 2013 she switched her racquet sponsorship from Yonex back to her long-time partner Babolat.
In 2015, Wozniacki became an endorser of Godiva Chocolatier.
She made her debut on the WTA Tour at Cincinnati's Western & Southern Financial Group Women's Open on 19 July 2005, losing to the top-seeded and eventual champion Patty Schnyder in the first round.
In the Nordea Nordic Light Open, her other WTA tournament of the year, she lost to Martina Suchá in the first round.
Away from the court, meanwhile, Wozniacki has demonstrated her mental strength and self-belief.She wore her first 'Adidas by Stella Mc Cartney' tennis dress at the 2009 US Open.In 2012, Wozniacki became an endorser of Compeed Blister Patch.Wearing a grey tracksuit and with her hair tied back, Wozniacki was a picture of quiet self-assurance as she talked about the last year while sitting in a quiet corner of a media centre, away from the hubbub of tournament play.Without glossing over her pain, she explained calmly and candidly how she had picked up the pieces of her life after Mc Ilroy’s bombshell.
I think I didn’t know how strong I was until that happened. It really feels like someone close to you has died.“You have to go through all of that. I think I grew up so much in that short amount of time. I think now when I look back I wouldn’t have been without it. I need to go because I feel, injury-wise, that I can play. Then I got on to a roll where I was winning a lot of my matches. She went on to complete the race in under three and a half hours, raising thousands for a children’s charity along the way.