Sure to be well-backed after her Toronto triumph, Elina Svitolina is swiftly moving to the front of the queue of next maiden major winners.
The nature of her success in Canada made it all the more significant, battling past Wimbledon winner Garbine Muguruza before making light work of Simona Halep and then Caroline Wozniacki, dropping just six games in her final four sets.
The Ukrainian is also within striking range of the World No 1 spot and led the 'Race to Singapore' with a tour-leading five titles before being leapfrogged by Garbine Muguruza in Cincinnati, where she suffered a surprise third-round loss to Julia Goerges.
She also won the Rome title but then suffered quarter-final and fourth-round exits at Roland Garros and Wimbledon - the former from a seemingly unbeatable position - so major question marks remain.
Indeed, two quarter-final runs in Paris represent the 22-year-old's best Grand Slam results, while she is yet to go past the third round in New York.