Caroline Wozniacki wants to go better than ever before at Wimbledon as she eyes glory on grass.
Wozniacki's best performance at SW19 has only ever seen her reach the fourth round. However, she is desperate to fulfill her potential and win her first grand slam in 2016.
After a tumultuous few years off the court, Wozniacki is now as hungry as she has ever been for success in London.
"I'm very motivated for that. I've won Eastbourne. I've done so well there so many times. I won junior Wimbledon. I feel so comfortable on the grass. There's no reason why I shouldn't be able to make it past the fourth round," the Dane told WTA Tennis.
Whilst most players relish the opportunity to play on the big courts at the All England Club, Wozniacki is contemplating a very different approach at Wimbledon next year.
"Court 2 hasn't been very nice to me through the years. Maybe next year I'll ask to be put on one of the small courts. I don't know. Try and mix it up a little bit" the 25-year-old strategised.
In addition to a change in tactics, Wozniacki will also hope for a change in luck at Wimbledon. In three previous years she has sufferred the misfortune of facing Sabine Lisicki, Petra Kvitova and Garbiñe Muguruza in the last 16. All three of those players went on to reach the finals in those instances.