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Tennis Betting: Wozniacki to run the NYC Marathon
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 3 August 2014 12:45
Caroline Wozniacki, the sweetheart of pay per head sportsbooks, will run the New York City Marathon in November to raise funds for charity, and her tennis betting fans were nothing short of surprised.
The 24-year-old said that she always wanted to participate in a marathon and that her daily exercise regime will be increased to help her get ready for the 26.2 mile run.
This autumn, the Danish player was set to marry golfer Rory McIlroy, but price per head services found out that the marriage was cancelled shortly after the invitations were sent, to the surprise of many tennis betting fans, especially those were invited.
The former No 1, famous for her great talent and tennis odds, wants to earn money for charity, saying: “It’s always been on my bucket list.
“And always New York City was the one I wanted to do. I’ve seen it on TV and I have always thought one day I would do it.
“November, I looked at my schedule and I didn’t really have any plans when my season ended, so I thought, ‘Why not do it?’
“Obviously, it’s going to be hard. I’m a tennis player first, and that’s what my main priority is. At the same time, I’m going to incorporate a lot of longer runs into my training.”
Wozniacki said that as part of her training for tennis, she is currently running 30 to 40 minutes a day. Pay per head sportsbooks and the player’s tennis betting fans hope that she keeps it up.
The world No 13 who’s a huge favourite with tennis betting fans added: “Everyone thinks I’m a little crazy. But we only live once.
“I just need to finish the marathon. That’s my goal, and if I have to crawl over the finish line, I’ll do that.
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“When I cross the finish line in Central Park, it will be one of the most rewarding days of my life, not only because of the personal accomplishment, but also because it will help thousands of kids to get healthy and fit through sports.”
Many fans believe that the marathon could prove to be the perfect training for Wozniacki, and can’t wait to see what her tennis odds will look like when she returns to the court.