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Wozniacki on the future: No thank you to Denmark

Caroline Wozniacki and her husband, David Lee, is resident in Monaco, and that they expect to be in the future.

It says the former verdensetter in tennis to Ekstra Bladet in connection with the promotion of the new Channel 5 programme 'Dressed of towards the top with the family Wozniacki', follows the family's struggle to reach the top of Kilimanjaro without protection against the cold.

- When it comes to settle down in Denmark, I did not know it, begins Caroline Wozniacki.

- We are really pleased with it, as it is now, where we have turned us down in Monaco - the whole David's family is also in the UNITED states. We love Copenhagen and Denmark, but I don't think we will come back and turn us down. I do not think so, but you never know, she adds.

the Pair need not to stick to Monaco. In december last year, Ekstra Bladet tell, that the couple also owns a 678 square metre luxury apartment on the island of Fisher Island, which lies just off Miami's coast in Florida, that was purchased for 87 million dollars.

David Lee and Caroline Wozniacki has no plans to settle in Denmark. Photo: Roger Parker/International Sports Photos Ltd.

The former NBA star David Lee is 37 years old, Wozniacki is the age of 30, and much of the time to relax and enjoy life, she says.

- Right now I enjoy just to relax. With covid-19 it is a different situation. We would probably travel more, if the world was a different place than it is now, she says.

Since she stopped the career in January, she has only played tennis once. Photo: Jan Sommer

The tennis racket, that has followed her since childhood, is really laid on the shelf, and she lacks the not.

- I have not missed playing. I've played tennis once in the past six years, and it lasted 30-40 minutes. I take in the place in the gym and enjoying time with David and the family, she says.

In the program 'Dressed up by towards the top with the family Wozniacki's family visit of three experts, who will teach them how to move the body's limits, before they attempt to climb Kilimanjaro without protection against cold, wind and weather. The success of the family to reach the top, can be seen on Channel 5 and streaming service Dplay from 13. august.

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