Dubai: Former world number one Caroline Wozniacki is setting her goals for the next season — and running another marathon is definitely not among them.

The 24-year-old created ripples in the tennis world last month when she ran the New York Marathon. She finished in 3hrs 26min 33sec.

“I have done one marathon and I would definitely love to do another one. I have actually qualified for the Boston Marathon in April, but we will be in the middle of our season,” the UAE Royals player said during the ongoing International Premier Tennis League event at the Hamdan Complex here late on Thursday.

“So for now I am very happy to be playing tennis and I am focusing on that. I’ve done one marathon and for now that’s enough. Maybe after my tennis career ends I might do another one or even try my hand at triathlons. That would be a really good challenge.”

Wozniacki was at the top of women’s tennis for 67 weeks in 2010, becoming the first woman from a Scandinavian country to do so. And, though much has been written about her reaching the No. 1 spot without winning a Grand Slam, the Dane hopes to finally break her duck in 2015.

She came closest to winning a Grand Slam when reaching the final of the US Open on two occasions — in 2009, she went down in straight sets to Kim Clijsters and earlier this year she lost to her close friend Serena Williams.

Wozniacki said of her goals for the new season starting next month: “I just want to win as many tournaments as possible. And winning a Grand Slam would be amazing.

“And staying injury free would be another goal as that would help me play well and win as many tournaments as possible.

From her WTA debut in 2005 as a 15-year-old, Wozniacki improved her year-end ranking until finishing at the top in 2010 and 2011.

In 2006, she won the Wimbledon girls singles title and since then has claimed 22 WTA singles titles and two doubles crowns. However, winning one of the four Majors has always remained elusive — till now at least.