Coco Gauff celebrated her 19th birthday by releasing a newly discovered video of herself singing and dancing at the US Open 11 years ago.
Gauff could not let loose quite the same this week, as she battled through to the Indian Wells Open quarter-finals on Tuesday, coming back in the decisive set to beat Rebecca Peterson 6-3 1-6 6-4.
The world number six will be hoping to remain unbeaten as a 19-year-old when she faces second seed Aryna Sabalenka in California, where a win for the home favourite would have everyone jumping for joy like in 2012, when Gauff was filmed singing and dancing to Carly Rae Jepsen's hit single Call Me Maybe at Flushing Meadows.
"I think that was the only Kids' Day," Gauff recalled.
"But I remembered it because Call Me Maybe was trending, and I knew that video existed.
"I thought that my mom would have it because she keeps track of everything, but it was really my dad who has it, so that's why we never found the video because I never thought to ask him."
An eight-year-old Gauff at the Arthur Ashe Stadium would have had no idea that she would reach the competition's quarter-finals just a decade later, and she is now ranked seventh in the world.
Her rise has continued at Indian Wells, with a last-eight appearance already her best-ever run in the event.
Gauff added: "I just love that video and just the whole full-circle moment.
"Call Me Maybe was the song at that time. Even now I still love when they play it.
"I don't know whose number I was trying to get, I think I was eight years old. But I'm going to use that pickup line now!"