Former tennis star Caroline Wozniacki says she'll be at Anfield to celebrate if Liverpool win the Premier League

Wozniacki is a long-time supporter of Liverpool (Instagram: Caroline Wozniacki)
Wozniacki is a long-time supporter of Liverpool (Instagram: Caroline Wozniacki)
14:58pm, Mon 24 Feb 2020
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Newly retired tennis player Caroline Wozniacki has said she will be at Anfield for Liverpool's last home game of the season.

The Reds will play Chelsea on May 9 and as things stand it looks likely that Liverpool will have already won the title as they currently sit 19 points clear at the top of the table with 12 games to go.

And Wozniacki, who is a long-time fan of the Merseyside club, said she is hoping to be at Anfield for a celebratory last game.

She said: "I would be hoping to be there for the last home game, if I'm lucky enough to get tickets, I'm going to be there against Chelsea. Hopefully I'll be celebrating at Anfield."

Wozniacki also said there is a good chance she will brag about winning the title, especially if the Reds remain unbeaten.

"It depends on who has given me a hard time over the years. I will definitely rub it in if someone has given me a hard time. I'm going to be that annoying person," she added.

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