WATCH: Brady talks coaching change and more after opening round win in Paris.


One of the most special things about competing in front of fans is players have the ability to interact with them.

Jennifer Brady did just that with her youngest and cutest fan at Roland Garros. After coming back from down a break on two occasions in the deciding set, she managed to come out with a 6-4, 2-6, 7-5 win over Frenchwoman Fiona Ferro in the second round. Following the triumph that will see her into the clay-court major's third round for the first time in her career, she gave a young girl a special souvenir.

The American handed the match ball to the adorable girl seated with her family courtside. The girl jumped with joy as Brady came up to her and she will undoubtedly remember the brief exchange for many years to come.

The little girl wasn't her only fan in the stands cheering her on, friends and fellow WTA players Asia Muhammad and Giuliana Olmos were also at the match showing their support. Brady made sure to point to them after securing the victory and flashed a winning smile.

After reaching the Australian Open final earlier this season, the American has struggled to find her footing. However after parting with longtime coach Michael Geserer and joining forces with new coach Brad Stine, she remains undefeated on the terre battue.

Next up for the world No. 14 is 17-year-old, Coco Gauff. The two squared off for the first time last season at Lexington's Top Seed Open, where she served up a 6-2, 6-4 score over Gauff before eventually claiming the event to pick up her first WTA title.