Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark blows a kiss after defeating Aliaksandra Sasnovich of Belarus during their match at the 2014 U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York, August 27, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar
#10 Caroline Wozniacki Total earnings: $10.8 million Prize money: $1.3 million Endorsements: $9.5 million REUTERS

A staggering $15,000-worth gold and diamond bracelet gift just to play in Auckland is the worth of the Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki's performance. The world famous former no. 1 has been the content of flash headlines at the ASB Classic from January 5-10 because of the expensive gold and diamond bracelet. Wozniacki, who is known by her colleagues, family, and friends for her interest on fashion and jewellery, has been working in collaboration with designer Stella McCartney for her sports range.

One of the most prized possessions of the 24-year-old tennis superstar is her diamond engagement ring which was given to her by the famous Irish golfer and world no. 1 Rory McIlroy. Her "big stone" has been the talk of the town and has made a lot of buzz on media as it was reported to cost around $250,000. Previously, Wozniacki was also reported to have won a diamond bracelet from a bet with ex-boyfriend McIlroy.

Although the engagement got called off by the Irish golfer, it was said that McIlroy allowed Wozniacki to keep the ring. Some tennis players have seen her in many events and still wearing the diamond engagement ring. In fact, she's been bragging about it on cam sometimes.

The reason why the engagement was called off by the professional golfer was not revealed. Wozniacki and McIlroy have been reported to be together for three long years and despite the wedding being turned off, they remain successful in both their careers.

Thus far, Caroline Wozniacki enjoys the top 8 spot in the tennis world ranking and she is set for her first trip to New Zealand. The $15,000-worth gold and diamond bracelet is a gift sponsored by Moet & Chandon and New Zealand's popularly known master jewellers Naveya & Sloane. These two sponsors have been reported to set their new tennis collection soon as well. The bracelet is set to be made with 18-carat yellow gold and has 42 diamonds amounting to 42 carats.