It's as if they're still together; Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy have been served plenty of reminders about their former blossoming relationship recently. The former bought it upon herself with a video she uploaded onto social media this week.
Golf, for those, like me, who aren't blessed with any talent or skill, is often a sport that can be used to let some frustration out. So was that what Wozniacki was doing when she took to the driving range recently. It's been a painful year on the love-life front - we all know now that her wedding got cancelled with the invites already sent out.
Nonetheless, while most of us ate, slept and drank our way through Christmas hangovers - food and alcohol related - the Danish star was busy practising her swing; she ain't half bad either.
In one short clip on Instagram, the 24-year-old walloped her first stroke 200 yards, according to Wozniacki herself (I feel we need more proof personally). Along with the video, she also wrote: 'Not the prettiest golf swing, but 200 yards on the first try... Boom! #notprettybuteffective.'
While I wouldn't like to speculate too much about what goes on in the personal lives of lovers, it looks like the McIlroy and Wozniacki spent a lot of time playing with wood (the type of golf club - get your minds out of the gutter).
While superstar golfer McIlroy will not be worried about his former partner attempting to dislodge him from atop of the world rankings, perhaps he'll feel a tinge of sadness or regret about what has happened this year. After all, last New Year's Eve her proposed.
If he does feel any sorrow, this recent video, coupled with his awkward experience at a Rugby match last week, won't make matters better.
After the Northern Irishman turned up at Ulster's match to parade some of the silverware he had won throughout 2014, the stadium's loudspeakers decided to blare-out Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline.' The crowd then joined in while McIlroy was having a live television interview: "Oh dear," was all he could sheepishly giggle in response.
I'm sure the duo will be hoping they can completely move out of each other's shadows in 2015; they've already started doing it in their respective sports.
McIlroy went on a fabulous run in the aftermath of the break-up. Wozniacki took a little longer to get back into the swing of things, but she too got back to her best by nearly winning her maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open.