Zitat des Tages von Caroline Wozniacki:
On a normal day-to-day basis, I'm makeup free, hair in a bun, and I just go.
I find it funny when women share makeup-free selfies on Twitter or Instagram, and it's such a huge deal.
I think America is a great place to grow up. It's a good lifestyle.
I love a good steak. I like my meat. I love broccoli - it's one of my favorites - and corn, too. I mix it up with my vegetables.
When you're on court, you just want to win. You're a competitor.
Every time I go out onto a tennis court, I know what to expect.
If I'm not Top 10 or seeded every tournament, it really doesn't matter. I can beat anyone on a good day.
When I am on court, I am so focused on what I am doing, that's all I think about - trying to win the next point.
I don't know, I always get the question 'how do you feel after the game today?' and, of course, if you're winning you feel great and if you lose you don't feel good. I think that's a pretty obvious question.
Wimbledon is very special with the traditions and everything.
Even when my opponent hits a very good shot, I don't just want to get it back. I want to get it back so they have difficulty. And then I can control the point.
One day my dad would say, 'OK, if you want to play tennis I can help you out.' And that's how it started. And I had a goal. I wanted to beat my mom first. And my parents and my brother. And that was the ultimate goal.
I would like a taller guy so I can wear high heels.
I like to watch the men play. I like the way that they're playing, and I can always learn something from them. They're playing differently than the women, so I like to learn from them as well.
It's always been a thing. Like, I don't touch my belly button. That's something nobody knows about me.
I'm quite careful. I like to buy nice things for myself, but I like to also be reasonable. I think I'm pretty careful.
My dream was always, when I was a little girl, to be number one and to win grand slams as the number one.
Fashion says a lot about a person.
The most important thing is friends, family, and the people around you. That's what really makes you happy.
Honestly, I don't really read about myself. I look at the pictures sometimes. Sometimes I'm looking at them, and I'm thinking, 'They could choose some better ones.' But I don't spend time reading about myself because I know what I'm up to. I prefer to read about other people.
My mom was a volleyball player, and my dad was a soccer player. I never thought about it, but they always served healthy food at home, and I love it, and it kind of was a regular part of my day.
It's tough to play well - or not that well - when you're injured.
I like to be with my friends and my family, listen to music and read books. Things like that relax me.
I give 110 per cent all the time.
My mom is my great supporter. It's always nice to have her around. She can cook. It's nice to have some home-cooked food sometimes.
Pretty hard to sweep me off my feet. It would have to take someone very special. You never know. I guess when you least expect it, it's going to come.
When I get the questions, I answer what I can answer. If they ask me about the match, I cannot really say that I like eating bananas.
Sometimes things happen in life, and you kind of need a friend.
Sometimes I need a boost, and I go for something that's a little bit more intense and a bigger beat.
There are always some surprises in the draw when people are playing pretty well.
I have a very close relationship with my parents.
I'm just taking one match at a time.
I get treatment every day, just to keep on top of my body and help me recover, and it's really helped me a lot.
I love working with kids and helping others, so I feel like a career in teaching would be perfect.
I'm a competitor. Gym work can be tough. But you just try to get through it.
I do my best, and that's all I can do.