Agnieszka Radwanska is joining the WTA wedding craze, planning to tie the knot with her long-time boyfriend and hitting partner Dawid Celt.
Just like Angelique Kerber spilled the beans about Ana Ivanovic's wedding at a press conference in February, Caroline Wozniacki revealed Aga's marriage plans after victory in the US Open quarterfinals.
Q: You were at a different stage in your lives. But everybody grows up, and on the tour everybody becomes more professional, has their own teams. Can you look back on that kind of time and how different it was and maybe if you have any stories to share about that vacation with Angie?
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI: Actually, I don't think it's that different. We would still go on vacations, but the problem is like, you know, Aga is getting married, so then all of a sudden we're like, We just want a girls trip, but it's tough when everyone has their own thing.
But even last year, Angie and I were talking. I was like, Part of my off-season I will be in New York. I'll be somewhere else. If you want to join, you're more than welcome.
So it's not like we are separated, but it's like sometimes like we have different priorities or there is just a little bit more busy now. But, yeah, I think still we hang out and we have coffees and sit and talk and have a good time.
Aga and Dawid haven't exposed their relationship in social media. The first time I heard about them dating was in May 2014, and then I realized that photos of them together had begun surfacing about a year before that.
Dawid is an inactive Polish ATP player, whose highest ranking was No.852 — very modest compared to his future wife's career, but that is probably a good aspect for a successful marriage with a busy Top 5 player.
At this fortnight's US Open, the world No.4 Aga lost in the fourth round to Ana Konjuh, 6-4 6-4.
Congratulations, Aga! Another lovely addition to my WTA Players and their Love Partners series.