Pegula, through to the doubles semi-finals alongside countrywoman Coco Gauff, is delighted by her ability to juggle singles and doubles ambitions in Paris.
“It's definitely different going deep in both because I've never really done that before, it's usually one or the other," said Pegula, who will join Gauff in their semi-final against fellow Americans Madison Keys and Taylor Townsend on Friday.
"Obviously tiring, but for me one of my goals was to play with someone and do well this year in doubles,” she continued.
“A Slam for Coco and I is big, especially with the full scoring, because I felt like that's where we could really do well.
“I'm happy that I've gone deep in both. I know it's a lot, but it's also what I wanted to do so I'm never going to kind of shy away from the fact that I put myself in the situation.
"I'm not going to complain that I'm winning."
Building on an impressive couple of campaigns, Pegula has added to a last-eight ticket in Melbourne with a semi-final showing in Miami (losing to Swiatek) and also a Madrid final journey ahead of Roland-Garros.