Found October 21, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Caroline Wozniacki notched the 21st victory of her career at the Luxembourg Open on Sunday. If you believe one of the latest gossip reports from the Irish Independent, she did so as a devastated, recently-single young woman. A tweet Rory McIlroy sent out after the victory threw more water on that fire. #21 #luxembourg #mygirl […]
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