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Coco Gauff is an American tennis player who started her professional career in 2018 and since then she has gone to many singles and doubles tournaments in WTA. Gauff has made a name for herself in the tennis world due to her proficient skills in playing at quick surfaces and her prowess has been evident in hard-court games majorly.

Coco Gauff was born to Parents Corey and Kandi, who have NCAA Division 1 collegiate backgrounds in basketball and track and field respectively. Gauff decided to become a Tennis player after getting inspired by her idol Serena Williams and Venus Williams, despite experimenting with various sports in her childhood days.

Age: 19
Date of Birth: 13 March 2004
Height: 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m)

Coco Gauff's Net Worth is estimated to 8$ million as per sources like tennis time. In 2023, she was reported to have earned prize money of 12,37,640. Overall she has earned $67,87,731 from prize money in her WTA career which is the sixth highest among top-10 WTA players.

Coco Gauff sponsors (or) endorsements include brands like New Balance (American footwear manufacturing Company), Head (Sports equipment and clothing company), Barilla (Italian food company), and Microsoft.

Coco Gauff owns expensive cars like Mercedes-Benz GLC ($43,990), Jaguar F-Pace SVR ($90,000), and also a Ford car. She resides in Florida with her parents and two younger brothers.

Records and Achievements:

  • Became the number 1 Junior in the world after winning the Junior 2018 French Open singles title.
  • Finished as runner-up in the Junior 2017 US Open (Her 4th ITF event) and became the youngest finalist in tournament history.
  • Won Junior Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open.
  • Youngest player to qualify for the main draw in the Wimbledon Championships tournament in 2019.
  • Reached finals in the French Open 2022 singles category and also reached finals in the French Open 2022 & US Open 2021 in the doubles category.
  • Has reached a career-high ranking of world number 4 in the singles category in 2022.
  • Won three WTA tour single titles and eight WTA tour doubles titles.
  • Youngest Player to qualify for WTA finals since Maria Sharapova in 2005.
  • Has a win-loss ratio of 37:15 in the Grand Slam single category (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, & US Open).
  • Won Miami Open 2023 in the doubles category.