WATCH: Liverpool and England legend Steven Gerrard sends congratulations video to Caroline Wozniacki as life-long Reds fan retires from tennis

Caroline Wozniacki donned her signed Gerrard shirt at a match in 2011 (Tennis365)
Caroline Wozniacki donned her signed Gerrard shirt at a match in 2011 (Tennis365)
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Steven Gerrard has sent life-long Liverpool fan Caroline Wozniacki a congratulatory video as the Danish tennis star hangs up her tennis shoes at the end of a glittering career.

The curtain came down on 29-year-old Wozniacki's career when she bid an emotional farewell to the sport after losing to Tunisia's Ons Jabeur in the third round at the Australian Open.

Wozniacki who finished her career with 30 WTA titles, including the 2017 Australian Open title and WTA Finals, received the message from the legendary former Liverpool captain and shared it with her twitter followers.

Gerrard, now manager at rangers, said: "Hello Caroline. Hope you're well and good. I hope you're enjoying retiring and getting some rest. 

"I just wanna say congratulations for an incredible career. You've gave us so many highs over the years. I've really enjoyed watching you. 

"So major congratulations to ya. And I wish you all the best for the future."

The life-long reds fan was evidently overjoyed with the message, responding on twitter saying: "As a Life long @LFC supporter, I can't tell you how much pride this video gives me!!! Thank you so much #stevengerrard !!! And as always, go reds!!!! #YNWA"

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