Hey! Tv-host in the blunder during viral Wozniacki-interview

Caroline Wozniacki shocked Friday all and all, when she in the u.s. program 'Good Morning America' revealed she stops his career after the Australian Open in

Hey! Tv-host in the blunder during viral Wozniacki-interview

Caroline Wozniacki shocked Friday all and all, when she in the u.s. program 'Good Morning America' revealed she stops his career after the Australian Open in January.

But even if it were a novelty, there were both Danish and foreign media to explode , so it's not all, there are quite sharp on the Danish tennis champion.

For even if the american program had a totally exclusive interview with Wozniacki, so managed the tv host Robin Roberts to start the interview by kludre in his guest's last name.

"CAROLINE WOOZNASKI!!," cried the host, on live tv, before she subsequently tells that the Danish tennis champion has been the number one in the world two times and also posed in Sports Illustrated three times.

'Good Morning America' has - wisely enough - do not put the part out on the social media, but you can see the full interview - including the somewhat embarrassing start from the host - in the top of the article HERE.

It was Friday afternoon Danish time, to Caroline Wozniacki shook everything and everyone with its announcement of the program, where the words from the interview has since gone around the world.

she said among other things:

"I've played tennis since I was seven years old, and I have been a professional since I was 15 years old. I'm ready to move on to the next chapter in my life. The Australian Open 2020 will be my last tournament."

Shortly after one could read a longer posting on the tennisstjernens Instagram in which she put a number of words on the glorious career and her decision.

The Danish tennis champion turned professional back in 2005, and she ends his career as a 29-year-old as Denmark's most successful tennis player throughout the years.

Caroline Wozniacki reached in the course of his career to be number 1 in the world in 71 weeks, while she in January 2018, got its biggest victory when she won the Grand Slam tournament Australian Open.

Her afskedsturnering, the Australian Open, played from 20. January to 2. February 2020.

Updated Date: 07 December 2019, 01:00

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