Cape Town - Caroline Wozniacki is considering boycotting next year’s
Miami Open after receiving a torrent of abuse from supporters at last month’s
The world number two is angry at the response from
tournament officials to her complaints about death threats towards both her and
her family during the defeat to Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig.
The crowd was largely pro-Puig and Wozniacki believes fans
firmly overstepped the mark in one of the worst experiences of her career.
Wozniacki’s anger only increased after a statement from
tournament director James Blake claiming that WTA staff were not made aware of
“I slept horribly for probably four or five days after that,
I wasn't at ease,” said the Danish player.
“I really felt awful. There was a bad feeling in my stomach.
David (Lee, her fiancé) was there too and he even was like: ‘This is bad, this
is not the way’.
“The experience that I had in Miami was awful and hopefully
something we'll never experience again.”