American Coco Gauff won her second trophy on the WTA Tour this season. The courts in the Italian city of Parma were very comfortable for Gauff and she reached the final of the Emilia-Romagna Open, where she beat Qiang Wang,- 6/1,6/3. Victory in Parma added €23,548 in prize money to Cori’s account.
|Net Worth||2 500 000$|
|Born||March 13, 2004
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Cori Gauff Career
Cori Gauff was born on March 13, 2004 in Atlanta, USA. At the age of seven, she began playing tennis seriously under the guidance of her father, who was a basketball player in his youth. Later, Cori and her family moved to the city of Delray Beach, where the prestigious tennis academy.
Since the age of 14, Coco has participated in ITF tournaments. She made her WTA main event debut at the time, losing in the first round.
In the summer of that year, Cori made her first trip to a Grand Slam main event, becoming the youngest player to qualify for Wimbledon singles. In the first round, she sensationally defeated five-time Wimbledon champion, Venus Williams, in two sets. Gauff was able to reach the fourth round of the competition, where she was stopped by Romanian Simona Halep.
First WTA Title
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) October 13, 2019
In the fall of 2019, Coco won her first WTA trophy at the Linz. In the final match, the American was stronger than Jelena Ostapenko,- 6/3,1/6,6/2.
In 2020, the athlete could not show her potential because of the coronavirus epidemic. The American tennis player took part in only 8 tournaments during the year and played 20 matches in 12 of them she won and lost in 8. Coco had her best showing at the WTA tournament in Lexington. She got to the semifinals where she couldn’t defeat her compatriot Jennifer Brady.
Cori Gauff is having a good season. She is close to the top 20 of the WTA ranking and can update her record in the ranking. Previously Cori managed to climb to the 23rd ranking. The athlete has performed well at competitions in Adelaide, Rome, reaching the semifinals. She won her second career tournament at Parma. At Rolland Garros, Gauff confidently reached the quarterfinals of the tournament, where she lost to future champion Barbora Krejcikova. German Angelique Kerber stopped Cori one step from her second quarterfinal of the season with a two-set win over the American at Wimbledon. Gauff had a good start to the American tournament series, performing well at the Masters in Montreal. Cori reached the quarterfinals, but could not beat future champion Camila Giorgi.
- Parma 2021
- Linz 2019
Coco Gauff’s Grand Slam Records
All athletes want to win a trophy at a grand slam tournament, Cori is no exception. We’ve compiled her performance statistics for the major majors in the table.
Coco Gauff Endorsements
Coco Gauff has a partnership with the famous sportswear manufacturer New Balance and tennis equipment manufacturer Head.
— HEAD Tennis (@head_tennis) March 17, 2021
Its sponsors include Barilla, an Italian multifood company, that also supports Roger Federer. Also she has a partnership with Microsoft a worldwide software developer.
Coco Gauff Net Worth
In 2021 Coco earned $1,054,159 in prize money for 46 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Gauff earned $2,116,033 in prize money according to the official WTA website. We estimated Coco Gauff’s net worth at $2 500 000.
Coco Gauff’s prize money compared to the top 10 WTA players
Cori is still in the top 30 of the WTA rankings, but everyone thinks she can make it to the top 10. We compared the current prize money of the top 10 tennis players to the prize money received by Cori Gauff.
|Rank||Player Name||Prize money|
American tennis player Coco Gauff was born on March 13, 2004, she is 17 years old
Atlanta native, Coco Gauff is 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall
In 2021 Coco earned $1,054,159 in prize money for 46 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Gauff earned $2,116,033 in prize money
Roland Garros quarterfinalist Coco Gauff weighs 59 kg (130 lbs)
A young athlete from the U.S., Coco Gauff is supported by the following brands: New Balance, Head, Barilla, Microsoft
Coco Gauff has two younger brothers, Codey who is four years younger and Cameron who is nine years younger
The promising American tennis player Coco, does not yet have children
17-year-old American tennis player Coco Gauff is still single.
Coco Gauff made her debut on the ITF Women’s Circuit in May 2018 as a qualifier in the $25K event at Osprey.
No, she hasn’t won yet. Coco’s best Grand Slam result is a quarterfinal at Roland Garros in 2021.
Coco was going to take part in the Olympics in Tokyo, but after contracting the Covid-19 virus, she had to withdraw from the competition.
Cori Gauff was able to move up to No. 23 in the WTA rankings in June 2021, her best result yet.
Coco Gauff, a young American tennis player, was born in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.