Caroline Wozniacki had fans speculating yesterday after posting an intriguing message on her Twitter account which would suggest she has some new romantic interest.
The Danish beauty was due to marry golf star Rory McIlroy before the Northern Irishman cancelled the wedding and terminated the relationship having already sent invites out. Since that time, the aftermath of their split continues to hit headlines.
Now the former world no.1 has reignited the flames of debate by revealing 'Today has been a good day' as well as posting a picture to her 600k+ followers which read: 'Sometimes God takes away something you never expected losing, but he will replace it with something you never imagined you could have.'
Following the split, Wozniacki spoke of her need to focus on tennis at a time where a back-to-back Grand Slams at the French Open and Wimbledon dominated the calendar.
However question marks surrounding the 23-year-old's love life constantly seem to crop up. Journalists were banned from mentioning McIlroy at the Championships but Feliciano Lopez, the Spanish hitter, was also romantically linked to the world no.15.
Wozniacki said that she and Lopez were just friends, but also that he was a 'great guy.' It would make sense if the 32-year-old had time to chase the Dane for her affections, as the tour enters something of a break.
The next Grand Slam, at the US Open's Flushing Meadows, doesn't take place until late August, and there are no Masters 1000 tournaments for the remainder of July. Wozniacki will no doubt then be keen to go one step further from her heroics from five years ago on America's hard courts.
But for now it appears Woznaicki is happy enough to relax. A regular user of the social networks, she has been busy updating fans on a number of post-Wimbledon activities.
Among pictures and messages of visits to the gym, the blonde star has been coaching children in Copenhagen and spent time with friends.
Another tennis wedding
She'll probably be wary of looking in magazines for the next few days, however, as painful memories may be evoked by Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic who is preparing to tie the knot with his long term partner Jelena Ristic.
The Serbian star, who returned the world no.1 spot in the gentleman's game after a thrilling five set win over seven-time winner Roger Federer on Sunday, postponed his own nuptials in June, but the ceremony in Montenegro is under-going last minute preparations with the likes of Andy Murray and Maria Sharapova invited to the lavish event.
Write for GiveMeSport! Sign-up to the GMS Writing Academy here: http://gms.to/1a2u3KU
DISCLAIMER: This article has been written by a member of the GiveMeSport Writing Academy and does not represent the views of GiveMeSport.com or SportsNewMedia. The views and opinions expressed are solely that of the author credited at the top of this article. GiveMeSport.com and SportsNewMedia do not take any responsibility for the content of its contributors.