Caroline Wozniacki Receives WTA Diamond Aces Award

Caroline Wozniacki has received the WTA Diamond Aces Award for her contributions to promoting tennis. This is the second year the Dane has taken the award, also winning it in 2011. The award is given to the player who consistently promotes the sport to fans, local communities, and media via various off-court charitable activities.

Wozniacki’s Off-Court Ventures

The Dane has done a lot in 2015 in regards to her off-court contributions. She was an ambassador for Dubai Duty Free and USANA, both WTA sponsors. With the sponsors, she hosted a Junior Road To Singapore kids clinic and even participated in multiple WTA Live Fan Access episodes. During her early season title in Kuala Lumpur, she visited the Danish embassy. and took part of the Mutua Madrid Open Charity Day with best friend Serena Williams.

Wozniacki, one of the most popular players on tour, is not just an ambassador to the WTA sponsors of Dubai Duty Free and USANA. Just last week, the former world number one was unveiled as the Mundipharma brand ambassador for BETADINE. BETADINE s a trusted name in homes and hospitals for antiseptic liquids, creams, sprays, and ointments. She is also Godiva Chocolatier’s ambassador and served soft serve ice cream.

Wozniacki’s Thoughts On The Award

"Thank you for this award," Wozniacki said from the Huajin Securities WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai. "It's a great honor and I take great pride in being a role model to everyone. It's an honor to win this for the second time and hopefully I can win it again - but if not it means there are youngsters coming up or other girls on the tour who are doing a great job of giving back. I'm proud of everyone out here and happy we can promote our sport - make everyone aware we're here and women's sport is important."