Cori’Coco’Gauff is a future American tennis player. She defeated her idol and five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams in a row in her Grand Slam debut on July 1, 2019. She made history. She is the youngest player to win the Grand Slam Championship main draw and the youngest player to win the total draw at Wimbledon during the Open era. She became the youngest finalist in the women’s singles event at the “US Open” in 2017 and won the “Junior French Open” in 2018.
After the bidding war between Nike and New Balance, she signed a sponsorship deal for several years to cooperate with the latter in October 2018. She signed another multi-year sponsorship agreement with Italian food company Barilla in March 2019. On July 4, 2019, she was paired with British tennis player Jay Clarke, who broke up with his previous mixed doubles partner Harriet Dart.
Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff
Date of Birth:-
March 13th 2004
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Coco Gauff’s father followed a similar road map drawn by Richard Williams, the father of the Williams sisters, including the “Shared Training Base at Pompey Park in Delray Beach, Florida.” Her mother told CNN that she was the worst tennis player in summer camp for seven years. He realized that she had the potential to chase every ball, so he realized her potential. That same year, her family moved from Georgia to Florida and she received training from Gerard Loglo at the New Generation Tennis Academy.
- In 2012, she won the “Little Mo 8-under Nationals” award and two years later, at the age of 10 years and 3 months, she won the “USTA Clay Court National 12-under” award.
- Coco is both an idol of Venus and of Serena Williams. She was selected by Serena’s trainer, Patrick Mouratoglou, as a member of her Champion Seed Foundation when she was 11 years old and in Nice, France.
- The Morato Grau Tennis Academy received two trainings. At the age of 12, she won the first three girls’ under 16 singles competition at the “Eddie Hull International Championship.”
- Since then, she has been setting and breaking records, but after being selected as the youngest local Wimbledon player in history, she finally realized her dream in mid-2019. On her Grand Slam debut on July 1, 2019, she defeated to Venus Williams with a consecutive record and achieved a great victory. It jumped from 874 eight months ago to July 2019, ranking 313.
- As early as July 2017, Coco Gauff lost her second qualification at the Wimbledon Youth Championship in the UK. In the second month, she reached the final of the Prince George’s County International Youth Hard Court Championship. In September, she reached the final again at the “US Tennis Junior Open”. She reached the semi-finals of ‘AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International’ in January 2018. In June of the same year, she won her first Junior Grand Slam Championship at the ‘French Junior Roland Garros Championship’ in Paris, France.
- Next month she won the “Junior International Roehampton” championship in Roehampton, England. At the 2018 Wimbledon Youth Championship, she was eliminated in the singles quarterfinals and doubles semifinals. Subsequently, she won two doubles titles at the “Junior US Open” in September and the “World Youth Yucatán HSBC FMT” in November.
- In December 2018, she defeated her Chinese rival Zheng Qinwen and won the prestigious high school tennis tournament, the “ Orange Bowl International Tennis Championship. ”
- After failing to qualify for the “US Open” singles, Coco Goff began her career and participated in the mixed doubles competition in September 2018. She lost in the 2008 “W100 Midland” doubles final in Miami in February 2019.
- At the “W25 Surprise” in Arizona, he won the doubles championship but lost in the finals of the singles match. In June, after receiving the wild card entry, she won all three qualifying rounds in three consecutive rounds to advance to the Wimbledon Main Event. In the Grand Slam tournament, she defeated Venus Williams in the first round.
- Cori’Coco’Gauff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on March 13, 2004 to couple Corey and Candi Odom Gauff.
- She has two younger brothers, Codey and Cameron.
- Her father played basketball at Georgia State University, while her mother played as a track and field athlete at Florida State University.
- Coco has been racing on the track with her cousin since she was three or four years old.
- She started playing tennis when she was seven years old, under the guidance of her father.
- To keep up with the busy schedule, the former teacher’s mother taught her at home.
- Her father owned a heavenly sports and leisure bar in Delray Beach, Florida.
As per father, the net worth of Coco Gauff is already around 2.5 million dollars. This is the net worth that she earned not only from her tennis career but also from her many endorsement deals.
The name of Coco Gauff’s father is Corey Gauff who was a basketball player at the Georgia State University. Later he opened a sports and leisure bar in Delray Beach, Florida.
The name of Coco Gauff’s mother is Candi Gauff track who was a track & field athlete at the Florida State University.
Coco Gauff has two younger brothers named
She has no children yet.
Relationships & Affairs:-
She is currently not in any relationship.