Olivia, you’re a little late with your Wimbledon whites, Caroline Wozniacki tells her.

Caroline Wozniacki, a former world number one, appeared to be grooming her daughter Olivia for a tennis career when she playfully noted that Olivia was a little behind schedule with her white outfit now that this year’s Wimbledon has ended.

After Olivia, Wozniacki’s first child, was born in June of last year, he became a father. Wozniacki wrote in the description of her Instagram Story, “Olivia, you are a touch late with your Wimbledon whites.” Mom, I’m early, so no.

Developing Wimby champion, image via Twitter, KcDC24pfed — Sharapova Family on July 26, 2022 (@tennisispain)

Wozniacki and her husband, former NBA star David Lee, made the announcement that they were expecting their second child in June.

Wozniacki finished her career at Melbourne Park in January 2020 after winning her first and last Grand Slam tournament at the 2018 Australian Open. Wozniacki officially ended her career by playing an exhibition match in Kopenhagen in April.

The pandemic derailed Wozniacki’s intended intention for her to play that match in May 2020. Wozniacki defeated Angelique Kerber in an exhibition match 7-5 6-4.

Wozniacki on her next match vs Kerber

“It was really enjoyable.

We have probably run more than I had anticipated. The game was enjoyable, Wozniacki continued. “We have been friends since we were around seven or nine years old. Since we have known each other for a very long time, it means a lot to have her here in front of my home fans and on my home court.

Wozniacki received a rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis in 2018. Wozniacki expressed her gratitude for having the opportunity to pursue her aspirations as she looked back on her life and career. “My farewell tennis match last week was sentimental to play in.

Despite having RA, I’m immensely glad and blessed to be able to pursue my aspirations. After the match against Kerber, Wozniacki sent a message on Instagram encouraging followers to visit AdvantageHers.com to read more about her experience.