Caroline Wozniacki Criticized For On-Court Look

    October 18, 2012
    Amanda Crum
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Caroline Wozniacki, who has taken some heat this year for a less-than-stellar performance, is now garnering criticism for something which has nothing to do with the sport she plays.

As it goes with so many young athletes these days, looks play a big part in how well they are received in the media and with the public. In a time of instant gratification, when a photo can make rounds on the web within a matter of minutes and either earn fame or do lasting damage, one misstep can cause a huge uproar on social media sites like Twitter.

It’s not an “uproar” yet, but the main point of a recent Busted Racquet article certainly has people talking: Wozniacki’s choice of outfits on the tennis court on Wednesday, a Stella McCartney skirt which this untrained eye can find no fault with.

The article does make mention, however, that 22-year old Wozniacki was named the top women’s player in the U.S. last year, only to slip all the way to number 11 this year. The star says she was focusing on too many promotions and not enough on her game, though it’s possible that the media getting distracted with her clothing could play a part as well.

  • http://webpronews.com Kara Zor-El

    WHAT ? She`s a grown woman. She can wear anything she wants to…She`s not gonna care what`s said on the internet. Who should / Unless your so insecure that is your only sense of self worth. Like the FACEBOOK LIKE BUTTON> Who gives a rat`s ass ! Wear what you like baby ! Your still hot to me ! My only complaint is that the skirt is too long !

  • jim eastwood

    the referenced article clearly says she was number 1 in the world in 2011, not the U.S., it wasn’t a long article, can’t you even get that part right? Oh, and she is #11 in the world this year, not the US. You aren’t going to believe this, but there is more than one country in the world.