Rory McIlroy's 'mutual and amicable' split with ex was a lie
Remember what world No 1 golfer Rory McIlroy said about his split with Caroline Wozniacki in May? That it was "mutual and amicable"?
Well, that may not be the case, if she is to believed.
In a recent interview, Wozniacki, 24, who is now ranked No. 9 on the Women's Tennis Association, revealed that they had met that morning and everything seemed normal.
Later that day, after a 10-minute phone conversation with McIlroy, 25, the engagement ended. Wozniacki initially thought it was a big joke, reported The Guardian.
She said: "I was shocked, I thought at least I would get a face-to-face or something but there was nothing. It was just a phone call and then I did not hear from him again."
As it turns out, the break up was not mutual and amicable unlike what McIlroy claimed. PHOTO: AFP
"It kind of just ended and I don't think you expect yourself to be in a situation like that. You can't prepare yourself," she added during an interview on In Depth With Graham Bensinger.
She said she is not saying this because she is bitter. She's completely over it.
"It's taught me a lot. I definitely learned a lot about myself, about relationships...I'm definitely on the other side now…I've moved on," she said.
Wozniacki has moved on and learnt a lot about relationships. PHOTO: AFP
She knows she can only get better or at least get involved with somebody better suited, physically, for her.
"I would like a taller guy so I can wear my heels."
Source: The Guardian, In Depth