In a letter to her younger self, former world No. 1 tennis player Caroline Wozniacki grants herself permission to buy the car she's been dreaming about since she was a kid: a red Ferrari.
"There will be no mega-yachts in your future. No jetpacks. No Fabergé eggs," the Danish tennis star wrote.
However, "if you promise to take it easy with all the handbags, I'll allow you one — one! — Ferrari," she continued. "Not six. And not a Rothko original, or any sailboats. No random expensive things. You've got to really love something you spend a ton of money on, Caroline."
Wozniacki, who has earned over $22 million in prize money over the course of her career, believes in treating yourself on occasion: "If you've thought it through, and you can make it work without doing any long-term damage to your finances, then it's O.K. to reward yourself sometimes. And you love that car. So buy it."
It appears she did just that. Earlier this year, the 26-year-old posted a picture in front of a red Ferrari on Twitter. And in May, she rolled up to the amfAR gala in the supercar.