Sydney: World No 8 women's tennis player Caroline Wozniacki said her split from her former golfer beau Rory Mcllroy is a thing of the past.
Caroline Wozniacki relaxes in a lounge for players during the International Premier Tennis League in Delhi on December 6, 2014. Pic/Getty Images
Denmark's Wozniacki, in the city to play the Sydney International tournament, also said returning to the place where she was engaged to the World No 1 golfer December 31, 2013 was a strange feeling but insisted, "I'm past what happened last year," reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
"Obviously it feels different (coming back here), because a lot has changed since then. I love Sydney, it's a great place. But honestly, I'm past what happened last year," Wozniacki said.
"I don't really think back to be honest, I just enjoy where I am right now and I'm in a happy place. This is what I want to be in the spotlight for, because I play well and for my hard work."
The high profile relationship catapulted the couple on top the newspapers but they split on May 21 last year after nearly five months of whirlwind romance.
The 24-year-old Wozniacki is happy that she is now in news only for her professional life.
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