It’s an overcast Tuesday morning in New York when Caroline Wozniacki sets out for a run in Central Park for a 6-mile lap. Two days prior she was centre court at Arthur Ashe Stadium in the Women’s final of the 2014 U.S. Open. She lost to Serena Williams, the #1 ranked women’s tennis player in the world.
After the run, it was off to her Union Square apartment to get ready for a fashion show for the clothing line of Williams. She met celebrities of fashion and hollywood, as well as tennis fans.
Wozniacki is representative of what it means to be a high-class athlete in 2014. She has a diverse portfolio of business ventures, like endorsements from CoverGirl to her own brand of vodka.
Even though she is 24, she is preparing for a life after tennis (stars in their late-20s are considered to be old veterans).
As of 2014, she is the highest-paid tennis player in the world.