Aleksandra Wozniak announced the end to her 13 year career back in December, but the WTA is still celebrating her contributions to tennis.
Thank you @WTA for this memorable gift of my career!!— Aleksandra Wozniak (@alekswozniak87) March 11, 2019
I will cherish all the incredible memories I’ve made competing on the WTA Tour! ♥️
Merci la @WTA pour ce cadeau mémorable de ma carrière!!
Je chérirai tous les souvenirs incroyables que j’ai faits sur le Circuit de la WTA ♥️ pic.twitter.com/XMpNLUGwXk
On Monday, she received a picture frame from the WTA that featured some of her biggest accomplishments, which included her 2008 title at Stanford.
“Thank you WTA for this memorable gift of my career!” the 31-year-old wrote. “I will cherish all the incredible memories I’ve made competing on the WTA Tour!”
I received my Elixir Business cards I’m ready for my meetings ???????? Let’s do this ????????????@elixirwear #MarketingDirector #Elixir #TrendInnovations #Health #Wellness #ElixirWear #Meetings #WorldWide pic.twitter.com/KODvC9JOQE— Aleksandra Wozniak (@alekswozniak87) March 5, 2019
Since saying goodbye to tennis, Wozniak has started working in Montreal as a marketing director at Elixir, which makes pain-relief wear for athletes.