World No.1 Aussie Ash Barty has revealed a childhood photo that shows why she was always destined to become a tennis superstar.
Fresh off defeating defending Roland Garros Iga Swiatek at the Madrid Open, Barty shared a photo of her parents' home renovation.
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Much to her surprise, her parents discovered her old makeshift tennis court.
Barty posted a photo of her old training court, which was a wall with some 'duck tape' across it acting as a net.
"Mum & Dad rediscovering my first ever tennis court while doing some home reno’s," she said.
"Makeshift duck taped net is a little high... Would love to know how many hours I spent hitting balls against that brick wall."
The photo shared an insight into the child prodigy's rise to stardom.
Two years ago, a photo of a young Barty holding a tennis racquet in one hand and a trophy in the other went bonkers on social media.
Fans, including Aussie tennis great Rennae Stubbs, were equally delighted to see how the current World No.1 trained when she was growing up.
Barty advances in Madrid Open
World No.1 Barty was lauded after showing a touch of class following her victory over defending French Open champ Swiatek.
Barty defeated the Polish teenager 7-5, 6-4 on Monday in a much-anticipated showdown between the past two Roland Garros champions.
However, after the thriller fans were quick to point out Barty's classy gesture after the match.
Barty shared some words with Swiatek at the net following the tough-fought match.
And @Jimmie48 Photography also capture a brilliant photo at the Madrid Open moment of Barty and Swiatek.
Barty could be seen standing and applauding Swiatek as she made her way from the court, which sparked widespread praise for the Australian.
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