THE heiress to a billionaire's fortune, tennis sensation Jessica Pegula needn't work for a living.
But the 28-year-old American star, who faces Victoria Azarenka in the Australian Open quarter-finals, has reached the last eight in four of the last five Grand Slams.
So far she's earned an impressive $7.2million (£5.8m) in prize money – but that's just a drop in the ocean to what she stands to inherit.
Because she's the pretty daughter of Terry Pegula, the world's 434th richest person who made a $4billion (£3.23bn) fortune from natural gas development.
The self-made businessman owns NFL giants Buffalo Bills – who he bought in 2014 after outbidding Donald Trump and Bon Jovi, and various other sport franchises.
And if that's not enough, Jessica could also take her dad's $16m superyacht for a spin in her downtime.
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Astonishingly, she is richer than the worth of retired icons Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova COMBINED.
It would've been easy for Jessica to retire from tennis in the last few years.
Plagued by persistent hip and knee injures, she truly considered it – before defying the odds with her runs Down Under and resurgence on the WTA Tour as well as teaming up for an impressive doubles team with Coco Gauff.
Pegula lost to eventual champion Ash Barty in Melbourne last year then went one step further to get to the Miami semis before making the final in Madrid.