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.
Running in Central Park.
Getting her makeup and hair done at her apartment in Manhattan.
Sitting next to Vogue Editor Anna Wintour during the show.
Looking at photos with Serena Williams.
Taking photos with fans after the fashion show.