Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki may have won her first Grand Slam in 2018 - but she still has plenty of goals she wants to achieve.
"I want to be a good fiancée, a good daughter, a great tennis player," she told Vogue. "I can’t think too far ahead...At this point, I keep short goals."
The Dane also spoke about her diagnosis with the debilitating condition rheumatoid arthritis.
"For me it was important to know that I can handle this, I can still be a great athlete," she explained. "You think you’re the healthiest and the strongest, and you don’t think something like this can hit you. It doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t matter whether you’re young, old, healthy, or not."
The 28-year-old also gave a glimpse into her potential plans for the future - and a life after tennis, saying that she and her fiancé NBA star David Lee intend to have a big family, but she would also like to do some more work in fashion, like close friend Serena Williams.
And perhaps she will be staying in the spotlight whatever happens, if she fulfils another ambition for a little later in life.
"Acting could be so fun," she added. "Push my limits a little bit."