Before Wimbledon Wozniacki won the Liverpool International Tennis Tournament, an exhibition tournament, beating Ashley Harkleroad in the final.Later that year she was given a wildcard to the qualifying draw at Wimbledon, where she was beaten in the first round by Miho Saeki.In 2017, Wozniacki won the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore for the first time in her career.
In the first round, she won the first set against Russian Alexandra Panova, but was disqualified in the second set for verbally abusing an umpire.
Wozniacki was said to have used an expletive in referring to a linesman who made a disputed call.
In 2012, Wozniacki became an endorser of Compeed Blister Patch.
At the end of 2013 she switched her racquet sponsorship from Yonex back to her long-time partner Babolat.
Williams beat Wozniacki, ending a nine-match winning streak for Wozniacki.
On 29 November Wozniacki was named ambassador for Danish Junior Tennis by the Culture Minister of Denmark at the time, Brian Mikkelsen.She won the 2006 Wimbledon Girls' Singles title and also holds two WTA titles in doubles.In 2008, Wozniacki won the title of WTA Newcomer of the Year.However, Wozniacki went on to win the Wimbledon girls' singles tournament, beating Slovak Magdaléna Rybáriková in the finals.In August she reached another WTA Tour quarterfinal, this time at the Nordea Nordic Light Open in Stockholm.She was seeded second with partner Anna Tatishvili in the doubles tournament, but the pair was knocked out in the semifinals by the French-Italian pair of Alizé Cornet and Corinna Dentoni, who were seeded 8th.