Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki to receive big reward for appearing in Auckland's ASB Classic
Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki will be in Auckland, New Zealand in the first week of the New Year for the ASB Classic. The reward for just her appearance will be $15,000 worth gold and diamond bracelet, according to a report in the International Business Times.
Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki shows off her engagement ring during a product launch ahead of the WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship on February 17. Inset: Wrist jewellery worn by Wozniacki during her third round match against Garbine Muguruza of Spain at the 2014 Australian Open in Melbourne. Pic/Getty Images.
“Wozniacki, who is known by her colleagues, family, and friends for her interest on fashion and jewellery, has been working in collaboration with designer Stella McCartney for her sports range.
“One of the most prized possessions of the 24-year-old tennis superstar is her diamond engagement ring which was given to her by the famous Irish golfer and World No 1 Rory McIlroy. “Her ‘big stone’ has been the talk of the town and has made a lot of buzz on media as it was reported to cost around $250,000. Previously, Wozniacki was also reported to have won a diamond bracelet from a bet with ex-boyfriend McIlroy,” said the report.
Though McIlroy called off the engagement, he allowed his former lover to keep the ring which she still wears and according to the report, “been bragging about it on cam sometimes.”
The gold and diamond bracelet is sponsored by Moet & Chandon and New Zealand’s master jewellers Naveya & Sloane. The two firms will launch their new tennis collection soon. Ranked No 8 in the world, Wozniacki is making her first trip to New Zealand.
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