The final day of Australian Open qualifying wrapped up on Wednesday in Doha and Dubai with 16 men and 16 women earning charter flight tickets to the Melbourne bubble.
One of the qualifiers is a familiar name, Rebecca Marino, a 30-year-old Canadian once ranked inside the Top 40.
Let's get caught up on her remarkable story:
Marino played her first professional event in 2005 and broke through in 2010, which is when she made her Grand Slam debut, at the US Open. She'd qualify and win a round before challenging Venus Williams in the second round, gaining global attention.
She made her Top 100 debut in January of 2011 and then skyrocketed up the rankings to No. 38 while appearing in her first WTA final, in Memphis.