By Neil-Monticelli Harley-Rudd
But the football finals will not mean that the former Eastbourne champion will take her eye off the ball for the pre-Wimbledon tournament and the Championships.
Wozniacki, who became the first Scandinavian to become world no.1 on the WTA Singles Tour, explained:
“My brother plays football and my dad was a player. I grew up watching the game and I also played as a child.
“It was inevitable that I would develop an interest in football, and that passion has just grown up with me.”
Wozniacki, born to Polish parents at Odense in Denmark, admitted:
“I feel more Danish because I was born and raised there, but my parents are Polish so there’s a part of me that is from Poland that I don’t want to forget. So I have two teams that I can support at Euro 2012.
“From a Polish point of view I think it will be great for the country, hopefully many tourists will come in. They have built new stadiums, new roads and infrastructure.
“Denmark has a really tough group with the Netherlands, Portugal and Germany. You can be sure there won’t be any boring games. But with my heart I hope for a Poland v Denmark final.”