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Wozniacki providing the Christmas spirit

Published: Sat 23 Dec 2017 04:09 PM
Wozniacki providing the Christmas spirit
ASB Classic sweetheart and top seed Caroline Wozniacki has been spreading the Christmas cheer before she heads to Auckland and the start of her 2018 season.
The world number three and her NBA fiancé David Lee have spent the day shopping for those less fortunate. The two were snapped with two trolley loads full of presents to give away this Christmas.
In her Instagram post Wozniacki said “Shopping spree today to help families at The Champman Partnership for the homeless in Miami.
Wozniacki is also expected to be volunteering at a soup kitchen on Christmas Eve.
Wozniacki is one of the most loved players in the world and will headline the ASB Classic starting next week. Players have started arriving in Auckland before qualifying rounds next Saturday and the main draw starting on Monday 1st January.
The ASB Classic will span for two weeks; the women's tournament kicking off on January 1st to 6th followed by the men’s tournament from January 8th to 13th. Tickets will be available for purchase through Ticketek. You can purchase tickets either online, over the phone on (0800 842 538) or in person at one of the agencies listed on the event website.
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