Cori Gauff is a professional tennis player from the United States.
As a kid, Gauff dabbled in a variety of sports. Inspired by the Williams sisters and preferring an individual sport, she picked tennis.
She is the Women's Tennis Association's youngest player in the top 100, with a career-high ranking of world No. 15 in singles (achieved on 4 April 2022) and No. 10 in doubles (achieved on 28 February 2022).
Gauff won her maiden WTA singles championship at the Linz Open in 2019, making her the WTA Tour's youngest singles champion since 2004.
She has four WTA doubles titles to her credit, three of which she shared with Caty McNally.
Gauff rose to attention after defeating Venus Williams in the first round of the 2019 Wimbledon Championships.
Gauff made her WTA Tour debut at the Miami Open in March 2019 and won her first match.
She received a wildcard into the Wimbledon Championships qualifying draw, where she became the tournament's youngest player to qualify for the main draw.
She advanced to the fourth round, and during the first week of television coverage in the United States, each of her matches was the most watched of the day.
She reached the third round of the US Open later that summer, still only 15 years old.
She also makes money by promoting New Balance. Almost every time at the match she was dressed in their clothes and shoes.
Coco Gauff's net worth is currently estimated at $4 million.
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Siblings: Coco Gauff has 2 younger brothers, Codey Gauff and Cameron Gauff.
Coco Gauff with her family in Crystal Cove
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Coco Gauff with his brother when she was little
Coco Gauff with her father when she was very young
Coco Gauff with her mother when she was just a few years old