Coco Gauff is an American professional tennis player who has been ranked as high as number 4 in the WTA singles ranking.
Since turning pro in 2018, Coco has had great success on the WTA tour in both singles and doubles, with her biggest achievement to date being her appearance in the 2022 French Open singles final.
|Birth Place:||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Date of Birth:||13th of March 2004|
|Height:||5 ft 9in (1.75 meters)|
|Year turned Pro:||2018|
Gauff has won a total of nine WTA titles (3 in singles and 8 in doubles), with her biggest titles to date being the WTA 1000 doubles titles she won with her partner Jessica Pegula in Toronto and Doha in 2022.
Gauff has yet to win a grand slam singles or doubles title but she made it to the final of the singles and doubles events at the 2022 French Open.
|Number Of WTA Titles:||11 (Singles: 3, Doubles: 8)|
|First Title:||2019 Washington Open|
|Most Recent Title:||2023 ASB Classic|
Coco’s first WTA singles title came at the Upper Austria Ladies Linz Open in 2019, where she beat Jeļena Ostapenko in three sets 6-3, 1-6, 6-2.
Her most recent title came at the 2023 ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand, where she had a comprehensive win over Rebeka Masarova in the final (6-1, 6-1).
|Year||Tournament||Opponent||Score in Final|
|2023||ASB Classic||Rebeka Masarova||6-1, 6-1|
|2021||Parma Ladies Open||Wang Qiang||6–1, 6–3|
|2019||Linz Open||Jeļena Ostapenko||6-3, 1-6, 6-2|
Coco has won a total of eight WTA Doubles titles, with her last doubles title coming at the Miami Open in 2023.
|2023||Miami||J.Pegula||Leylah Fernandez and Taylor Townsend||7-6, 6-2|
|2023||Qatar||J.Pegula||Lyudmyla Kichenok and Jeļena Ostapenko||6–4, 2–6, 10–7|
|2022||San Diego||J.Pegula||Gabriela Dabrowski and Giuliana Olmos||1–6, 7–5, 10–4|
|2022||Toronto||J.Pegula||Nicole Melichar-Martinez and Ellen Perez||6–4, 6–7, 10–5|
|2022||Doha||J.Pegula||Veronika Kudermetova and Elise Mertens||3–6, 7–5, 10–5|
|2021||Pama||C.McNally||Darija Jurak and Andreja Klepac||6–3, 6–2|
|2019||Luxembourg||C.McNally||Kaitlyn Christian and Alexa Guarachi||6–2, 6–2|
|2019||Washington||C.McNally||Maria Sanchez and Fanny Stollar||6–2, 6–2|
Ranking History (Year End)
Coco has improved her year-end ranking in singles and doubles every year since she first turned pro in 2018, with her highest rankings to date being four in singles (2022) and one in doubles (2022).
Coco currently has sponsorship deals with the racket manufacturer Head, the Apparel and Footwear company New Balance, and the Italian Food company Barilla.
Prize Money and Net Worth
By the end of the 2022 tennis season alone, Gauff had won over $5.5 million dollars in career prize money, so considering the sponsorship deals she has with New Balance, Head, and other companies, a conservative estimate of her net worth would be $6.5 million dollars.
Parents and Family
Coco’s mother is called Candi, while her father is called Corey. She also has two younger brothers, called Codey and Cameron.
Coco is currently coached by her father Corey, and two former tennis professionals (Jean-Christophe Faurel and Diego Moyano).
Coco currently endorses the Head Boom MP but the general consensus online is that she plays with the Head PT57A pro stock tennis racket, with her frame being painted to look like the Boom MP.
How many titles has Coco Gauff won?
Coco has won a total of eleven titles on the WTA Tour (3 in Singles and 8 in Doubles).
How old was Coco Gauff when she turned pro?
Coco was 14 years old when she turned pro in 2018.