Both Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki have enjoyed extremely successful careers in their respective sports at a young age. And it's expected that the engaged couple continue their success in the future as well.
However, in a recent interview with Lime magazine, Wozniacki hinted at the possibility that a baby could be on the horizon for her and McIlroy in the not-so-distant future.
"I want to be a relatively young mother and I do not see it as being too far in the future," she said. "I have always even been like that I would even want to bring up my children. Therefore, I have no dream to make my mark, instead, I enjoy economic freedom, my hard work has given me. It means that I can give my children the best start in life by being there 100 percent for them."
Wozniacki won't turn 24-years-old until July, and although the window of opportunity for professional tennis players is short, she's still young enough to earn a spot in tennis lore.
Of course, it sounds like starting a family with her golf star fiance is more important to her than racking up grand slam titles. Hey, who could blame her? She's already carved out a nice career for herself financially and having McIlroy as the breadwinner in the family essentially means money should be no worry for the future newlyweds.