Tennis legend Chris Evert announced that she'd been diagnosed with cancer.
On Friday, Evert posted on her verified Twitter account alongside a link to an ESPN article that she has stage 1 ovarian cancer.
She said she felt "very lucky" it was caught early, and her doctors expect "positive results" from her chemotherapy.
Evert, a South Florida native, added that fans would be seeing her during ESPN's upcoming Australian Open as she works from home.
In the article that she co-wrote with fellow ESPN tennis commentator Chris McKendry, the 67-year-old said she decided to share the news of her diagnosis "as a way to help others."
Evert won 18 Grand Slam singles titles during her stellar career.