Ana Ivanovic works in a world where aces are wholly necessary, and the Serbian beauty is clearly looking for another off-court ace after being spotted with Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger.
It's always an exciting time when sports stars are rumoured to be romantically-involved, and an Ivanovic/Schweinsteiger relationship would certainly send tongues wagging.
Imagine how talented their children would be... I guess before getting too excited and ahead of the game, it should be noted that the pair are unlikely to declare their undying love for one another just yet.
Popular German newspaper 'Bild' ran a headline, conveyed by British media sources, that indicated Schweinsteiger traveled to Ivanovic's home city of Belgarde for a 'secret date' recently.
The same newspaper seem to be keen on following their World Cup winner's potential love life with the former world no.1 tennis star, they also ran a front page story of the pair holding hands in New York back around the time of the US Open.
Ivanovic herself has fueled rumours of a partnership in the past. Remember the ice bucket challenge? Well, the 26-year-old nominated Schweinsteiger alongside Roger Federer and Serena Williams in her own video dare for charity.
Perhaps this latest alleged date came after the 30-year-old German international picked up last week's copy of American fashion magazine 'Bella'; unlikely that he purchased it I know, but he must have heard about it.
Ivanovic was at her glamorous best in the magazine as she posed for a number of shots in various different outfits, no doubt to the delight of her fans.
She even fielded some questions about her love life in Bella. Without giving too much away - there was no mention of Schweinsteiger - the 2008 French Open champion claimed that while dating as a well-traveled tennis star is tough, she is still looking for a companion.
"I would say, yes - there is always time, if you meet the right person," she said of meeting her perfect man.
"One of the downsides of the job is that I am travelling so much, and I don't have so much time to go out and socialise, as people who have a more traditional job might do, so it's hard.
"I don't meet too many guys."
That last line may well be a boost for Schweinsteiger, and perhaps he should thinking about making some more trips to Belgrade especially considering he remains sidelined due to injury.
There will possibly never be a better opportunity for the midfield maestro. The tennis season is drawing to a close which means Ivanovic and co will benefit from a break in that restrictive travelling.
The world no.8 was forced to withdraw from a recent tournament but will hope to be fighting fight in time for the upcoming WTA Tour Finals in Singapore.