'Family of 3': Caroline Wozniacki shares first photo of new baby

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Caroline Wozniacki and David Lee with their newborn baby girl.
Caroline Wozniacki and David Lee have shared the first photo of their newborn baby girl. (Image: Twitter)

Retired tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki and husband David Lee have shared the first photo of their newborn baby.

Wozniacki announced one of her goals after retiring from professional tennis was to start a family with her husband.

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And Wozniacki has seen this dream come true after sharing a photo of the couple's first daughter, Olivia Wozniacki Lee, on social media.

"Family of 3, Olivia Wozniacki Lee, born June 11, 2021," she wrote on Twitter.

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Wozniacki announced in February this year she was pregnant and was due in June.

And fans were quick to praise the much-loved tennis icon for the incredible news.

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The Danish star is married to former NBA player David Lee.

Wozniacki retired from professional tennis at the Australian Open in 2020.

Caroline Wozniacki's WTA career

Wozniacki won 30 WTA titles between 2008-2018.

The Denmark international held the World No.1 ranking for 78 weeks during her peak.

She won her first Grand Slam title at the 2018 Australian Open after coming runner-up at the US Open in 2009 and 2014.

But later in her career, she revealed that she was suffering with rheumatoid arthritis, which causes fatigue and joint pain.

She was in tears when the end came at the Australian Open, sparking emotional scenes with her family and fans.

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