"You'd have to re-retire": Caroline Wozniacki called out for perceived 'embarrassing' loss to Sara Errani at Madrid Open

Thursday, 25 April 2024 at 21:00
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Fans reacted to Caroline Wozniacki's early exit in the first round of the Madrid Open as she fell to Sara Errani in a grueling match lasting almost 3 hours, with a score of 6-3, 5-7, 5-7. At 36 years old, the Italian claimed her first victory in a WTA 1000 event in six years since the first round of the Dubai Open in 2018, where she defeated Lesia Tsurenko.
Wozniacki's defeat came as a surprise to fans, and many took to social media to criticize the Danish player. The WTA posted Errani's triumph, prompting fans to share their impressions.
One fan asserted that ever since Wozniacki criticized Simona Halep's doping case, she hasn't been able to perform well: "Ever since she made those Halep comments, she hasn’t won a match LMFAO. Washed pusher," said a fan. "You’d have to re-retire, that’s just embarrassing," another fan wrote.
Other fans expressed their opinion that the former world No. 1's level of play was far below that of a player of her caliber and even suggested she return to retirement: "Go back to retirement, Wozniacki. Getting beat by Errani in 2024 is so sad," said a fan. "Oh hell naw Woz…," another one wrote.
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