Wozniacki must be rheumatoid arthritis-ambassador

But Caroline Wozniacki need not fear for the future, when she, after the grandslam tournament the Australian Open in January, put the racket on the shelf. So

Wozniacki must be rheumatoid arthritis-ambassador

But Caroline Wozniacki need not fear for the future, when she, after the grandslam tournament the Australian Open in January, put the racket on the shelf.

So she gets plenty of time to get involved in the new leddegigtprojekt, which is set in the lake of Clarins in cooperation with the Arthritis Foundation.

"In recent months I have come to realize that there is much more outside of the track, which I would like to achieve. To be married with David was one of the goals, and to start a family with him - while I still travel around the world and puts a focus on rheumatoid arthritis - are passions that I will concern myself with in the future," said Caroline Wozniacki, when she on Friday on the american television announced the retirement, as B. T. already 1. september could tell that she secretly practised.

the non-Profit organization Arthritis Foundation has since its foundation in the american city of Atlanta in 1948 helped thousands of sufferers with good advice.

On Twitter tells Caroline Wozniacki, what she felt when the doctors introduced her to the diagnosis:

"To be diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (rheumatoid arthritis, ed.) was a shock. Now I collaborate with Clarins, as an ambassador and hope to be able to promote the research, so people like me can continue to live a good life."

Caroline Wozniacki shared for the first time his illness with the public, after she last year had played his last match at the WTA Finals against Elina Svitolina.

Since she has received numerous inquiries, and now she wants to use his status as a known face to help others who also suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.

the Idea of involvement in charity work around the rheumatoid arthritis she has had for nearly a year.

"You have a large platform, when you make it, I do, and I believe that there are so many ways to create awareness about it. We are about to find out of it, and, first and foremost, it helps already a lot of people when I say that I have rheumatoid arthritis. Many people have returned to me to tell me that they suffer from the same, or that someone in their family does. There are several people who suffer from it, than you think," has Caroline Wozniacki told the new zealand news site Stuff.

Prior to his retirement participant Caroline Wozniacki at the ASB Classic in Auckland and the Australian Open in Melbourne, where she opvisningsturneringen Kooyong Classic has also agreed to play an exhibition match against Maria Sharapova.

Date Of Update: 09 December 2019, 19:00
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