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The former world No 1 is now back up to No 5, having claimed her 23rd career title earlier this month in Kuala Lumpur.
Away from the court, meanwhile, Wozniacki has demonstrated her mental strength and self-belief.
If he wasn't ready for marriage, couldn't Rory Mc Ilroy have told Caroline Wozniacki that in person?
Wozniacki was so shocked about her break-up with Mc Ilroy in May that when the dreaded phone call came from the world’s top golfer, she said she thought the first five minutes of their 10-minute conversation was a joke.
(Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images) " data-medium-file="https://usatftw.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/gty_164137174_54895585.jpg? The couple had been together since 2011, and Wozniacki, who called the break-up a “shock,” went on to lose in the first round of the French Open.
“I would like a taller guy so I can wear my heels,” she joked.Painful anniversaries can be tough for anyone to handle, but as Caroline Wozniacki prepares to deal with all the reminders of her split last year from the Irish golfer, Rory Mc Ilroy, she appears to be in a strong frame of mind. Mc Ilroy’s decision last spring to call off their engagement just days after the wedding invitations had gone out was clearly a devastating blow – “It feels like someone close to you has died,” Wozniacki said – but when the 24-year-old Dane talks about the way she has subsequently moved on in her life she does so without bitterness.“Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all my Irish friends,” Wozniacki said on Twitter last week. Indeed, she believes the whole experience has made her a stronger person.He released a statement announcing the breakup, and then spoke with reporters before this week’s BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth, England."It is quite a difficult time for Caroline and myself, and the statement really said it all this morning," Mc Ilroy said in a press conference.