Caroline Wozniacki has broken her Grand Slam duck and is tipping her beloved Liverpool to taste Premier League title glory in the near future.
The Danish tennis star is back on top of the world rankings following a maiden major triumph at the Australian Open.
Having twice been a runner-up at the US Open, Wozniacki outlasted Simona Halep, 7-6, 3-6, 6-4 in a pulsating final on Saturday in Melbourne.
As she savoured that success, attention was diverted back to football matters and the chances of Liverpool emulating her achievement by reclaiming the English top-flight title at some stage.
Wozniacki told reporters on that challenge: "Impossible is nothing.
"I'm sure, eventually, it will go well for them."
The 27-year-old is a famous follower of the Reds, with regular visits to Anfield made when a busy tennis schedule allows.
Having been born on July 11, 1990, Liverpool have not tasted title glory during Wozniacki’s lifetime.
Their last triumph, an 18th in the club’s illustrious history, came in the 1989-90 season.
There have been a few near misses since then, most notably under Rafa Benitez and Brendan Rodgers, but the crown has remained elusive.
Jurgen Klopp is the man currently charged with the task of restoring the good times to Merseyside.
He has been unable to break a silverware drought thus far, with that barren run having entered a sixth year, but remains in the hunt as the 2017-18 campaign approaches the business end.
Whatever happens from this point, all of those connected with Liverpool can rely on the support of Wozniacki, with her exploits having proved that persistence and hard work will be rewarded in time.