Caroline Wozniacki becomes TV commentator for Indian Wells and Miami

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Former world No.1 Caroline Wozniacki will provide analysis for Tennis Channel during this month’s BNP Paribas Open and the Miami Open.

Caroline Wozniacki

The 2018 Australian Open champion will join a Tennis Channel on-air lineup that includes Martina Navratilova, Jim Courier, Tracy Austin, Lindsay Davenport, Pam Shriver and Andy Roddick.

Wozniacki has a vast experience at the sport’s Fifth Slams, as the two tournaments are often called because of their duration. The retired Danish tennis player won the 2011 singles title in Indian Wells, and was runner-up at the event in 2013 and 2010. Her best result at the Miami Open was a runner-up finish in 2017.

“I can’t wait to join the team at Tennis Channel in Indian Wells and Miami,” said Wozniacki, who ended her illustrious tennis career in January 2020. “This is one of my favorite times of the tennis season and I have great memories at both tournaments.”


  1. She is hard to hear and understand. Also, no sense of humour and is quite boring. Just sayin’

  2. Caroline, has the most audio-cratic voice on television. She standout head-and-shoulders over many of those squeaky-frying sounding American women news and sports personnel. Women back in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, did not sound like the squeaky sound you hear from most women today.

  3. I lived in Denmark, it’s not a nice accent. Caroline is always bubbly and fun in her interviews, it hasn’t transferred to her commentary – yet. Give her a chance.


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