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Caroline Wozniacki Gets Award, Receives Smallest Trophy In History Of Trophies (Pic)

Caroline Wozniacki may have just lost her quarterfinals match against Kim Clijsters at the Australian Open, thereby guaranteeing she will lose hold of the number-one ranking she has held on for nearly 67 weeks, but hey, she did get a trophy for her off-the-court contributions, albeit an insanely small trophy. Jeez Louise, larger trophies have been presented to winners of quilt-making competitions as county fairs.

Wozniacki, along with her male counterpart, Novak Djokovic, were recently presented with the Ambassadors of the Year award by the International Tennis Writers Association, and as you can see, not only was Wozniacki afforded the pride associated with receiving such a prestigious award, she was also given the smallest trophy in the history of trophies. I mean, look at it. It’s barely substantial enough in size to use as a paperweight. Could a tennis ball even fit in that thing?

All I know is Miss Wozniacki’s boyfriend, Rory McIlory, is going to have a field day giving his gal a hard time about that trophy, although I suppose he could use it as a ball marker during his next tournament.