Before she became WTA World No.1, Caroline Wozniacki was just a talented teenager with a big dream. Olympic Channel journeys back to 2006 in "Before They Were Superstars".
WTA Staff

Before she became WTA World No.1, Caroline Wozniacki was just a talented teenager with a big dream.

In the Olympic Channel's Before They Were Superstars, meet a 16-year-old Caroline Wozniacki in 2006 back home in Denmark, where the reigning Wimbledon Girls champion was juggling a promising Juniors career with her schoolwork and friends.

"At first, I wanted to beat my brother and my parents [at tennis]," Wozniacki reflected in the interview. "Then I wanted to win the East Denmark tournament, and then the Danish Championships.

"I have always wanted to get better and better. Move from the European stage to the World stage, and continue my progression in the sport."

The Dane has certainly fulfilled that dream - just four years later in 2010, Wozniacki would rise to World No.1, a ranking she'd hold on to for 67 weeks total.

Watch more Before They Were Superstars at the Olympic Channel.