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She already has some ideas if she makes the U.S. team for the London Olympics, too. “I wanted to do some gold, either get a gold racket or gold shoes or something,” she said.

So what does she have in store for the mixed doubles final?

“Actually, I might go shopping,” she said, with a laugh. “It’s tough when you pack. I can only pack so much. I’m already over all my baggage limits.”


FIRST TO FOURTH: Caroline Wozniacki, who will lose her No. 1 ranking after losing to Kim Clijsters in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, will drop to fourth when the new rankings are announced Monday.

The WTA said Friday regardless of the winner of Saturday’s final _ Victoria Azarenka or Maria Sharapova _ Wozniacki will drop three places. Azarenka or Sharapova will become the new No. 1.

Wozniacki spent 67 weeks at the top of the rankings despite not winning a Grand Slam title. She’s already moved on, training in Dubai ahead of tournaments in Doha, Dubai, Indian Wells and Miami.

She’s also taking some time to pamper herself.

“Having a foot massage in the lounge in Dubai airport. Feels amazing after a 14 hour flight!:)” Wozniacki tweeted Friday.


AP Sports Writer Caroline Cheese contributed to this report.