If everything off the golf course is good, it allows you to be better on it as well." The pair rang in New Year together at Ashford Castle.Since then the pretty blonde has been seen supporting him at various tournaments.
Asked about their romance, he told the The couple celebrating his win at the final of DP World Tour Championship in Dubai He went on: "She doesn't play golf, but she is involved with golf.
I have known her for three years and we are good friends.
The key lesson both women have learned in their years of knocking on the door is that grand slam titles have to be won with bravery and belief.
Both had to show those qualities on their progress through the draw, with Halep becoming the first player in the Open era to reach a slam final having saved match points in multiple matches, while Wozniacki recovered from 1-5 15-40 against Jana Fett in round two.• READ MORE: Aidan Smith: Is Andy Murray really done with scowling and ice baths?
It was his second final in the last three majors and he's growing in confidence that he can add another Grand Slam title to his 2014 U. Open breakthrough.— Wozniacki's win: Caroline Wozniacki is finally a Grand Slam champion, holding off top-seeded Simona Halep in three tough sets. 2 and playing her 43rd major, and the victory lifted her to No. Wozniacki said she was most pleased she won't ever have to answer any more questions about what it's like to have held the top ranking without winning a major.— Halep's heart: The 26 year-old Romanian was playing her first major as the top seed, had to save match points in the third round and in the semifinals and spent more time on the courts at Melbourne Park than any other woman in the tournament.
In the end, she had to settle for a third Grand Slam final loss. Serena Williams has already announced her comeback.— Moving up the ranks: Among the notable movers were Angelique Kerber, the former No. 20 after making the semifinals on debut at the Australian Open.The record for most major singles titles is 24, set by Margaret Court across the amateur and professional eras.Serena Williams set the Open era record last year when she beat her sister Venus in the Australian Open final for her 23rd major title.There was certainly nothing passive about Wozniacki as she stormed into a 3-0 lead, Halep simply unable to deal with the Dane’s backhand down the line.She was virtually flawless until she served for the set at 5-3, when the nerves kicked in and Halep broke back.She is from America, which is why I like to spend time in Palm Beach.