Former teenage tennis star, Jennifer Capriati, has been hospitalized with a suspected overdose, according to reports.
TMZ has learned that Jennifer was rushed to the hospital early this morning after paramedics responded to a call for a possible overdose.
Sources tell the Web site the call came from a hotel in Riviera Beach, FL. Jennifer was transported to a nearby hospital. Her father tells TMZ that she’s recovering well.
Jennifer, 34, won 14 career titles including three Grand Slams and a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics after turning professional at just 13 years old.
When the tennis ace, who was nicknamed the Can’t Miss Kid, was 15, she was rumored to be worth $10 million in endorsements.