Former teen tennis star Jennifer Capriati was rushed to a Riviera Beach, Fla., hospital early Sunday (June 27). Paramedics responded to a possible overdose emergency call from her hotel.
TMZ spoke with Capriati’s father, who says she’s recovering well.
Capriati was the Tracy Austin of the early 1990s, turning pro at the unprecedented age of 13. She was a semifinalist at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open in 1991, took a break from the tour in the mid-’90s and eventually coming back to win the Australian Open in 2001.
She has 15 career titles, including three Grand Slams. She also won a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics. But she went through some tough times in her late teens.
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