- 3.1 Individual
- 4.1 Single
- 4.2 double
Wozniak began at the age of three years with the tennis games. In 2002, she won the Canadian U16 and U18 Championships at the age of 14 years. In 2004, she won the Kentucky International Junior tournament.
In 2005 she reached # 3 on the junior rankings. She also won the awards with a $ 25,000 Tevlin Challenger tournaments in Toronto, Hamilton Challenger in Canada, Victoria Challenger and the Junior Casablanca Cup ( also in duplicate) in Mexico as well (also in duplicate) in the Junior Del Cafe Cup in Costa Rica.
Wozniak won the Pittsburgh Challenger, the Ashland Challenger, and the Hamilton Challenger. In February, she defeated in Thailand with the guided to world ranking 63 Li Na from China for the first time a top 100 player with 6:3, 6:1. In November, she defeated in Pittsburgh for the first time a top -50 player who in world ranking 40 out Putschkowa Olga from Russia with 3:6, 7:5, 7:5.
In July, she won her first and only title on the WTA Tour. In the finals of Stanford kept them against Marion Bartoli 7-5, 6-3 the upper hand.
Wozniak's parents emigrated in 1983 with her sister from Poland to Canada. Inspired by her sister she began at the age of three years playing tennis and is to this day, coached by her father Antoni, a former professional footballer. Besides her native Polish, Wozniak speaks five other languages ( French and English fluently, as well as Spanish, Czech and Slovak ). She is a devout Jew and represented Canada at the Maccabiah Games.
Performance at Grand Slam tournaments
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