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Caroline Wozniacki to return to Charleston

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2011 Family Circle Cup Champion & World No. 9 Caroline Wozniacki to Receive Main Draw Wild Card
 
Social Media: "@FamiyCircleCup main draw wild card given to 2011 Cup Champion & World No. 9  Caroline Wozniacki. #FCC2013  #chs #tennis"

2011 Family Circle Cup champion, Caroline Wozniacki, will return to Charleston for the 41st Family Circle Cup, March 30th - April 7th, 2013.
 
The tournament has extended a main draw wild card to World No. 9, Wozniacki. This will be her fourth appearance in the Family Circle Cup, where she boasts an impressive 12-2 record and an active five-match win streak.
 
"We are thrilled to welcome Caroline back to Charleston," said Eleanor Adams, Family Circle Cup Tournament Manger. "We know our fans will be excited. She's a talented, young tennis star whose personality makes her one you love to watch."
 
In 2011, she defeated Elena Vesnina 6-2, 6-3 to take home her first Family Circle Cup title. Two years earlier, she was a finalist in the tournament losing to Sabine Lisicki.
 
Wozniacki's return makes six past champions in the 2013 tournament: Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Sabine Lisicki, Jelena Jankovic and Sam Stosur.

For more information on the Family Circle Cup, call (800) 677-2293, email info@familycirclecup.com, visit www.FamilyCircleCup.com.

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