Emma Raducanu has revealed which dream celebrities she'd like to enjoy a lovely meal with - and there's an Aussie that makes it onto her star-studded guest list.
Speaking with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), the tennis sensation answered a bunch of quickfire questions about her life off the court.
When she was asked to name her three dream dinner quests, she mentioned F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo first before rattling off arguably one of the greatest athletes of all-time.
"I'd say Daniel Ricciardo," she said in the video.
"He seems like a really funny guy.
"I'm quite into F1 so that's exciting. I'd just love to hear more about it."
She added: "Michael Jordan, just so much insight.
"Yeah I'd to hear some stories of his and how it was going because I watched 'The Last Dance' and I think everyone did and I was so inspired after that."
Raducanu then named radio host Tom Keene as her third dinner guest.
"The third would probably be Tom Keene from Bloomberg," she said.
"I think because I did my A-levels in Economics I was having to keep up to speed up with all the latest news. He made it in a way, using analogies that was relatable and actually quite funny and very understandable."
It's no secret that Raducanu is a massive die-hard Formula 1 fan.
"When I have time, I love to watch Formula One and I've started to follow it week-by-week," she said while attending the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
"I watched the British Grand Prix and Daniel Ricciardo is my favourite driver."
British fan favourite Raducanu has skyrocketed in superstardom after winning the US Open at just 18 years of age.
Not only did she have to qualify for the prestigious tournament, but she also lifted the coveted trophy without dropping a single set.
On top of that, the women's viewing numbers on television trumped the men's with Raducanu's finale peaking at 3.4 million viewers, while the men's climax hit 2.7 million.