Watch Caroline Wozniacki Use Her Face to Hit a Volley [Video]
by Tom Gainey | February 5th, 2011, 7:13 pm

Caroline Wozniacki took one for the team Friday, the hard way, by trying to hit a volley with her face. OK, kidding, but the Dane really did receive a “facial” from Heather Watson in her Fed Cup doubles match against Great Britain in Israel.

To add insult to injury Woznaicki and her partner, 18-year-old Mai Grage, lost the doubles point and the match (in three sets) giving Great Britain the Group I Pool A win 2-1.

However, Wozniacki, who did win her earlier singles match, seemed to be okay after getting hit and taking a medical timeout.

Here’s the video you just can’t watch once.

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2 Comments for Watch Caroline Wozniacki Use Her Face to Hit a Volley [Video]

contador Says:

ouch!! i think that had to hurt. she says something like she had to keep going, i think.

Cherry Says:

I had goosebumps watching the video. Caro’s pretty face got hit but she looked okay during the interview. She really is tough!

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