Aren’t the perks of an athlete-athlete relationship just fantastic? Actually, I have no idea. I’m just a sports blogger. My fiancee is a psychologist, which could either come in handy or lead to my inevitable demise later in life. That’s not the point. The point is Caroline Wozniacki said she has learned a thing or two from her boyfriend Rory McIlroy. As you may remember, McIlroy suffered one of the most brutal collapses in tournament history last year at the Masters. Apparently both he and Woz have been able to learn from it.
“You can’t really do anything about the past,” Wozniacki said according to the Belfast Telegraph, noting that she has taken valuable advice from McIlroy. “You just need to look forward. You have a tournament now, and you want to do the best you can. That’s it. Then if it goes well, it’s great. If not, you have the next one.”
Aren’t they just the perfect couple? One minute Woz claims she’s the real superstar in the relationship and the next she’s admitting to taking advice from Rory. They aren’t No. 1 and No. 2 in the world for no reason. Wozniacki did say, however, that she believes golf can be more taxing on your mind than tennis.
“I think it’s more mental than tennis,” she explained. “You do one wrong movement and the ball goes in the trees or somewhere and it’s difficult.”