R&R and trick shots for Grand Slam champ

Grand Slam tennis champ Caroline Wozniacki won the hearts of many on a recent visit to Grand Cayman, where she is acting as brand ambassador for real estate developer Dart.

In her first public appearance on island, Wozniacki thrilled the crowds outside The Residences at Seafire on Seven Mile Beach by taking part in an exclusive tennis rally with SWS Cayman fly-boarder Taylor West, as well as performing a number of trick shots aimed at targets in the ocean.

Wozniacki has recently agreed to become an ambassador for Dart, promoting properties both in the Cayman Islands and internationally, including The Residences at Seafire, a premier luxury residential development located on Grand Cayman’s iconic Seven Mile Beach.

Caroline Wozniacki rallies with flyboarder at The Residences at Seafire

While on island, the 2018 Australian Open champion hosted a beachside event for Seafire residents and visitors to the island, which included the ‘Caroline Wozniacki Beach Bullseye.’ The event saw Wozniacki challenge a number of visitors to a head-to-head accuracy test.

“I signed up to become an ambassador with Dart just before the Australian Open back in January and since then, I’ve been itching to get back to Grand Cayman,” said Wozniacki.

She added that the event was a fun way for me to interact with residents and try out some interesting trick-shots. “I can safely say that I’ve never had a rally with a person on a fly-board before! It’s been great to get some R&R in with a stay at The Residences at Seafire before a busy summer of tournaments,” the world number two ranked player said.

Jackie Doak, President of Dart Real Estate added: “Caroline had a wonderful time on island at The Residences at Seafire and has really embraced her role as an ambassador not just for the property, but for the island itself. She was a huge hit with everyone during the Accuracy Challenge and we really look forward to continuing to grow our partnership in the coming months as she heads towards some big tournaments including the US and French Opens and Wimbledon.”


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