Q: What do you think of the Wimbledon redesign?
A: It's great, pink is the best color, although it looks a little strange with the grass.
Q: Are you staying at the athletes village?
A: I'm at a house near Wimbledon because otherwise it would have been a long drive. The best thing is to stay close by, cook your own food and feel at home.
Q: Tell us about your new Olympic style
A: My nail polish is hand-made, red and white with the Danish flag. I think I did a marvellous job. This is the first time we can wear colors at Wimbledon so I have a red dress with a bit of white and red shoes.
Q: Is this tournament as big as a Grand Slam?
A: I don't like to compare, but with the Olympics you only get a few chances and you see the field – all the world's top players are here and everyone takes it seriously and wants to win a medal. Everyone has different goals but for me I'm really looking forward to it.
Q: After losing early at Wimbledon, what did you learn from that for this tournament?
A: It's not fun to lose after having two match points - I'll try not to do that again, but it happens sometimes. I just got back on the practise courts and started preparing for the next big tournament, which is the Olympics and I'm just so excited.
Q: Is (boyfriend) Rory McIlroy excited that golf will be introduced at the 2016 Olympics?
A: So far he is not very excited. We will have to see - I was hoping bringing him to the Olympic village might open his eyes but I don't know if it worked.
Q: What is Denmark's target for the Games?
A: Six to eight medals, I don't know if they expect one from me!
Caroline Wozniacki spoke at adidas’ London 2012 media lounge. For more about the London 2012 sportswear partner visit adidas.com