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Caroline Wozniacki: Tennis star gets engaged to NBA All-Star David Lee

By Alex Butler
Caroline Wozniacki: Tennis star gets engaged to NBA All-Star David Lee
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark reacts after losing a pint in the second set against Ekaterina Makarova of Russia on court 17 in the second round at the 2017 US Open Tennis Championships on August 30 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City. Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License Photo

Nov. 4 (UPI) -- Former NBA All-Star David Lee is now engaged to the No. 3 tennis player in the world, Caroline Wozniacki.

Lee, 34, popped the question to the 27-year-old Danish superstar on Friday. The athletic duo posted photos of the gigantic diamond on social media.

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"Happiest day of my life yesterday saying yes to my soul mate," Woznaicki posted to her social media accounts Friday afternoon.

Lee is currently a free agent. He posted 7.3 points and 5.6 rebounds per game in 79 games last season for the San Antonio Spurs.

Happiest day of my life yesterday saying yes to my soulmate❤️💍 @dlee042

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He popped the question in Bora Bora, using the brilliant blue ocean as a backdrop. The diamond ring is 8.88 carats, according to Page Six.

"She said yes!!! So thrilled to be engaged to my soul mate!!!" Lee wrote on social media.

Wozniacki is coming off of a win on Sunday against Venus Williams in the WTA Finals in Singapore.

The tennis star was formerly engaged to golfer Rory McIlroy, but the two split up in 2014.

Woznacki posted several pictures from her trip to French Polynesia.

"No filter needed," she wrote on one post last week. In that photo, she sports a bikini while sitting in an infinity pool and staring out at the Pacific Ocean.

No filter needed!

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Lee declined his player option with the Spurs in June. He dealt with a partially torn patellar tendon last season with the Spurs, but the injury did not require surgery.

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