Caroline Wozniacki scores TV job
Caroline Wozniacki will be the expert commentator for the Tennis Channel during the tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami

Caroline Wozniacki will soon emerge as a tennis commentator. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Caroline Wozniacki is back in action when the WTA tournament in Indian Wells kicks off on Wednesday.

But this time, the retired Danish tennis star is taking on a new role.

She jumps out as an expert commentator for Tennis Channel and can also be found behind the microphone when the Miami Open is played later in March.

It writes

– I can not wait to be part of the Tennis Channel team in Indian Wells and Miami. It is one of my favorite times of the tennis season, and I have fantastic memories from both tournaments, says Denmark’s biggest tennis name of all time.

Wozniacki also has the practical experience in place before she takes on the new job. She has played finals in both cities and won at Indian Wells in 2011.

On the Tennis Channel, the Dane becomes a member of an extremely star-studded expert team, which includes names such as Martina Navratilova, Jim Courier, Lindsay Davenport, Pam Shriver and Andy Murray.

Although Caroline Wozniacki has stopped her professional career, the Danish tennis audience is waiting for one last chance to enjoy her on the tennis court. It happens when she meets Angelique Kerber in Copenhagen’s Royal Arena on April 5. You can read more about this here: The date in place

Tennis Channel can be streamed via subscription. It is not yet available in Denmark, but can be seen in Germany, the United Kingdom, Austria, Switzerland and Greece.

By Editor

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