Caroline Wozniacki on Top of  Beauty

Caroline Wozniacki has no tennis rival in 2018, or at least that’s the opinion of Forbes, who made a list of the most powerful women in the sport world in 2018. The Australian Open winner is the only sportsmanship to be found in the Top 10.

The famous American magazine Forbes has recently formed a top of the most powerful women in the sport world at the start of 2018. Although she ranks first in the WTA standings, Simona Halep is not on the list of Americans, which is also missing Serena Williams, the player who has recently returned to work.

There is only one sportsman in the Top 10 and this is Danish Caroline Wozniacki. The 27-year-old has won her first Grand Slam title in the Australian Open after a final with Simona Halep. Wozniacki occupies the 8th position in the Forbes ranking, where Chelsea’s general manager, deputy chairman of a sports equipment company, or deputy director of a Formula 1 team are still in the list.

The first place was Fatmei Samba Diouf Samoura, who holds the position of Secretary General at FIFA. The podium is completed by Lydia Nsekara, Member of the FIFA Executive Committee and Florence Hardouin, Member of the UEFA Executive Committee.

Returning to Wozniacki, Danish won a single trophy in 2018 at the Australian Open and has a balance of 17 wins and 4 defeats. In total, from the awards, Danish raised 3,313,239 million euros in the first three months of the year. In the Miami tournament, directly broadcast to WTA, Wozniacki lost three sets, score 6-0, 4-6, 4-6, ahead of Monica Puig Olympic champion in Puerto Rico, and left the competition yet from tour 2.

Top of the strongest women in the sport world in 2018:
1. Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura – Secretary General of FIFA
2. Lydia Nsekara – Member of the FIFA Executive Committee
3. Florence Hardouin – Member of the UEFA Executive Committee
4. Angela Dong – Vice President of Nike
5. Marina Granovskaia – Director at Chelsea
6. Barbara Slater – Director of BBC Sport
7. Moya Dodd – Member of the FIFA Executive Committee
8. Caroline Wozniacki – tennis player
9. Nita Ambani – patron of Mumbai Indians
10. Claire Williams – Deputy Director of Formula 1 Williams