Caroline Wozniacki trying not to let his chronic illness, rheumatoid arthritis, controlling too much of daily life.
But it plays a big factor in her life. It recognises tennisstjernen in an interview with TV 2.
- It consumes hard on the body, and it is clear that it corrodes the mental one, says Wozniacki to the tv station.
When the disease is at its worst, it goes beyond the training, she says.
- the Energy is not real in the same way, and you've hurt the most places. And so it's just about maybe taking a slapper and instead do some of the things you can. Just get out and get some fresh air and go for a walk and do some other things.
the Disease got her to sign off on the Danish national team, when earlier in the month would have to be played the Fed Cup.
Wozniacki in action at this year's Australian Open. Photo: anne parker
a week ago had the previous verdensetter withdraw from the WTA tournament Qatar Open because of a virus.
But on Monday she returns after a month-long break, when she plays her first match at the WTA-tournament in Dubai.
Wozniacki will open the tournament against the 28-year-old swiss Stefanie Voegele.
Voegele is number 83 on the world rankings, where Wozniacki right now is on 14.-square.
the Fight is set to start 16 o'clock Danish time.