Tennis fans gush over photo of Anna Kournikova's daughter

Anna Kournikova, pictured here with baby daughter Mary.
Anna Kournikova and daughter Mary. Images: Instagram

Anna Kournikova has sent fans into a frenzy with an adorable photo of baby daughter Mary.

Kournikova and husband Enrique Iglesias welcomed Mary into the world in February.

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The former tennis star shared some snaps of her new daughter at the time, but hasn’t provided an update for months.

So fans were left gushing on Thursday when Kournikova shared a beautiful photo of seven-month-old Mary decked out in her own little white tennis outfit.

“Wimbledon, here I come,” the 39-year-old Kournikova wrote.

The photo racked up over 250,000 likes in 24 hours, with fans commenting on her similar Mary looks to her famous parents.

“She is so cute, looks like Enrique with blue eyes,” one follower wrote.

Another wrote: “Oh my God she's soooo gorgeous.”

While the official WTA account simply posted two love hearts.

Kournikova and Iglesias’ growing household

The superstar couple documented Mary’s arrival into the world last February.

“My Sunshine,” they both wrote alongside a number of photos with their new daughter.

Kournikova and Iglesias also have twins Nicholas and Lucy, born in 2017.

“There’s a two-year difference, so I was a little scared,” Iglesias told PEOPLE earlier this year.

“I was like, ‘How are they going to react?’ And I have two dogs so my house is chaotic.

“When we first came home with ‘Masha’ (Mary’s nickname), I was like, ‘Oh, how is everybody going to react?’”

The couple have been together since 2001 when Kournikova appeared in a steamy music video for Iglesias’ single ‘Escape’.

Anna Kournikova, pictured here in action at Wimbledon in 2010.
Anna Kournikova in action at Wimbledon in 2010 in an exhibition match. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

The Russian retired from the WTA tour in 2003 after a string of persistent injuries.

Although she never managed to win a singles title, she won 16 on the doubles tour and made it to World No.1 in doubles.

She won the Australian Open doubles title in 1999 and 2002.

Her best performance at a grand slam in singles came when she made the semi-finals at Wimbledon in 1997.

Perhaps Mary will follow in her footsteps?