Coco Gauff is a professional American tennis player who is one of the youngest players ranked by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) in the top 100. She also has a career-high ranking of no. 25 in singles and no. 42 in doubles. Gauff managed to turn the table in her favor in the French Open 2022 after defeating several favorites in the competition.
Coco Gauff was born on 13th March 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia to her parents Corey Gauff (father) and Candi Gauff (mother). As far as her family is concerned then we can say that she was nurtured in a sport-oriented family. Her father played basketball for Georgie State University and her mother was a field and track athlete at Florida State University. She grew up with two young brothers Codey and Cameron. Coco has been interested in tennis since she was seven. So, her parents changed her education to homeschooling so she could focus properly on training and her game.
Coco Gauff Career
Cori Gauff launched her tennis profession at seven years old, particularly after she moved to Florida. The sole explanation she moved from her origin in Atlanta to Florida, was to create as a player. In spite of the fact that she has just barely been selected in the expanse of tennis ability, her star keeps on sparkling. Cori Gauff admires the Williams sisters and has even attempted to imitate their excursion by going to the Mouratoglou Academy in France. Truly, even Mouratoglou was completely dazzled with Cori Gauff. She acquired boundless distinction in the wake of taking out a previous hero, Venus Williams, at the Wimbledon Championships in 2019. The Gauff versus Williams match finished with a score of 6-4, 6-4 in the then 15-year-old’s approval.
Rise to Fame
Gauff won her first expert copies WTA title at Citi Open 2019 in Washington DC with Caty McNally. She additionally has two singles WTA titles to her name, having won the 2019 Linz Open and the 2021 Parma Open. The last success moved her into the main 25 of the WTA rankings. Gauff and McNally won their third WTA doubles title at the 2021 Parma Open. Henceforth, she joined a couple of elites to have won the singles and doubles titles at a similar competition. Gauff kept on dazzling the whole gang at the Grand Slam level, at the 2020 Australian Open.
She crushed Venus Williams in the opening round before a stun prevailed upon reigning champ Naomi Osaka in the third round. Gauff lost to inevitable hero Sofia Kenin in the fourth round. She will be playing next year too but other than that, there is no information about her upcoming projects. In the French Open 2022, she surprised the whole world as she managed to outperform other star players. Currently, Coco is all geared up and preparing to take on Bernarda Pera in the Third Round of the Australian Open 2023 to secure her place in the upcoming rounds.
Coco Gauff Biography
|March 13, 2004
|Age (as of 2023)
|Atlanta, Georgia, United States
|in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in Centimeters – 175 cm
|in Kilograms – 59 kg – in Pounds – 130 lbs
|Cameron Gauff, Codey Gauff
Coco is single right now and doesn’t have a boyfriend. She is young right now and focusing on her career. Also, by looking at her Instagram and other social media accounts, we couldn’t find any evidence of her being in any kind of relationship. Most of her posts are related to her career achievements or glances from her practice sessions.
She spends so much time with friends and family when not playing. Coco has a verified Instagram account with 1 million followers and 311 followers. She posts frequently on social media and has currently 105 posts on Instagram. She has verified a Twitter account with 213.9 K followers and 483 tweets.
Coco Gauff Net worth
Up until 2023, Coco Gauff has brought in $1,453,167 in prize cash on the WTA Tour. The youth as of now has a revealed total net worth of $2.5 million, for the most part, because of her underwriting bargains. Gauff has sponsorship manages tennis racquet maker Head and clothing sponsorship with New Balance. She likewise has an arrangement with the Italian food brand, Barilla.
- In the year 2019, Gauff gathered with other stars of tennis and collected money for the benefit of the Bryan Brothers Foundation.
- At ten years old, Gauff started preparing at the Mouratoglou Academy run by Patrick Mouratoglou, who additionally prepared Serena Williams for quite a while.
- In a 2020 post on “Behind the Racquet,” made by Noah Rubin, Gauff confessed to having encountered wretchedness and stress identified with her brandishing vocation.
- Gauff is as of now trained by her dad Corey Gauff and Jean-Christophe Faurel.