Danish tennis ace could not keep her hands off basketball player David Lee during romantic getaway in Portofino
CAROLINE WOZNIACKI kisses her NBA star boyfriend in a pool as she enjoys a short break from tennis.
The Dane, 27, and partner David Lee, 34, are clearly enjoying themselves on holiday together in Portofino, Italy.
The pair cannot keep their hands off each other as they cosy up together in the water.
Wozniacki revealed she and David – currently a free agent in the NBA – began dating in February when she uploaded a picture of the roses he had sent her for Valentine’s Day.
They were rumoured to have started seeing each other at the US Open last year.
Wozniacki, who stripped naked for the cover of ESPN earlier this month, was famously dumped by golf ace Rory McIlroy in May 2014 after invitations for their wedding had been sent out.
But she has moved on since then, and posted a picture of her holiday location captioned: “Portofino was beautiful,” with emojis of a smiley face and heart.
Wozniacki crashed out in the round of 16 at Wimbledon to American Coco Vandeweghe.
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It meant Wozniacki, who has finished two seasons as world No1 – 2011 and 2012 – is still without a Grand Slam win.
But she said: “I don’t play tennis for anyone else, I play for myself. I love being out there.
“I’m not there to prove anything to anyone except for myself.
“It was a tough match, it was close. Maybe if I’d gotten that first set tiebreaker, maybe it would have been different.”