Wozniacki camp eye further success
Caroline Wozniacki's father insists breaking her Grand Slam duck has not dimmed his daughter's desire for success.
After a decade at the top, the Dane finally claimed her maiden major with a three sets win against Simona Halep in the final of the Australian Open.
Since then she has reached the quarter-finals in Saint-Petersburg and the last four in Doha.
Wozniacki is currently enjoying a well-deserved week off ahead of the upcoming Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells.
We have a new plan to keep going.Piotr Wozniacki
The 27-year-old won in the Californian desert back in 2011, while also missing out in the final in both 2010 and 2013.
The French Open is also expected to be on her radar, a tournament she is 20/1 to triumph in, while she will now likely feel ready to win the US Open at 12/1, having twice lost in the final.
Getting over such a significant psychological hurdle could make a considerable difference to Wozniacki's career and her father Piotr, who is also her coach, says she remains as hungry as ever.
"There is no change in the team's motivation after the Australian Open success," he said. "The last success is the result of several years' hard work, it didn't surprise me. In a way, we were prepared for it. Now we have a new plan to keep going and we are trying to implement it."
"Now that she has won the first (Grand Slam) title, she wants the second one, then the third and the following.
"She wouldn't want to end her career now and I have many dreams as coach and father too."
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