10 Stunning Photos of Retired Tennis Player Caroline Wozniacki in Turks and Caicos

The athlete was featured in the SI Swimsuit Issue three years in a row.
Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki was photographed by Emmanuelle Hauguel in Turks and Caicos.

Former pro tennis player Caroline Wozniacki made her SI Swimsuit debut in 2015 after being photographed by Walter Iooss Jr. in Florida. At one point, the Danish tennis player was ranked the world No. 1 singles tennis player for a total of 71 weeks. She retired from her sport in January 2020.

The athlete returned to the publication the following year for a unique body paint feature. She worked with artist Joanne Gair and posed for photographer Frederic Pinet in Petit Saint Vincent. For her third consecutive photo shoot with the magazine in ’17, Wozniacki traveled to Turks and Caicos, where she modeled for Emmanuelle Hauguel. 

“We had one really artistic shot where [we] kind of brought this net with holes in it and made sure that the shade would hit my body in different places,” Wozniacki said of a particular series of snapshots from her latest feature with the franchise. “[The photos] look really cool and kind of tennis-y as well.”

Today, Wozniacki is married to former pro basketball player David Lee. Together, they share two children: a daughter, Olivia, and a son, James.

Below are 10 of our favorite photos from Wozniacki’s photo shoot in Turks and Caicos.


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