Coco Gauff Schedule

This article will look at the schedule of Coco Gauff from when she turned pro in 2018 to her most recent tournament in 2024.

You will also find out what tournament Gauff is playing in next and what other WTA tournaments Coco will likely play in 2024.

Coco Gauff Schedule

2024 Coco Gauff Schedule

Coco Gauff’s next tournament and match will be at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, which will be held from the 15th to the 21st of April 2024.

Based on mandatory WTA events and her previous tournament history, below is a list of the tournaments Coco is expected to play in 2024.

January 2024ASB Classic
January 2024Australian Open
February 2024Doha
February 2024Dubai
March 2024Indian Wells
March 2024Miami
April 2024Stuttgart
April/May 2024Madrid
May 2024Rome
May/June 2024Roland Garros
June 2024Berlin
July 2024Wimbledon
July/August 2024Paris Olympics
August 2024Roger Cup
August 2024Cincinnati
August/September 2024US Open
September/October 2024China Open
October 2024Wuhan
November 2024WTA Finals

2023 Schedule

Gauff won four WTA titles in 2023, including her first grand slam singles title at the US Open in September 2023.

January 2023ASB ClassicChampion
January 2023Australian OpenR16
February 2023DohaQF
February 2023DubaiSF
March 2023Indian WellsQF
March/April 2023MiamiR32
April 2023StuttgartR16
April/May 2023MadridR32
May 2023RomeR32
May/June 2023Roland GarrosQF
June 2023BerlinR16
June/July 2023EastbourneSF
June/July 2023WimbledonR128
August 2023WashingtonChampion
August 2023Roger CupQF
August 2023CincinnatiChampion
August/September 2023US OpenChampion
October 2023China OpenSF
November 2023WTA FinalsSF

NB: Coco also played Leylah Fernandez in an exhibition match before the start of the 2023 ATP Atlanta Open in July.

2022 Schedule

Although Coco did not win any titles in 2022, she still had a very consistent year, as she made it to six quarterfinals, two semifinals, and reached her first-ever grand slam singles final (losing to Iga Swiatek at the 2022 French Open).

January 2022Adelaide International 1R16
January 2022Adelaide International 2Semifinals
January 2022Australian OpenR128
February 2022DubaiR32
February 2022DohaQuarterfinals
March 2022Indian WellsR32
March/April 2022MiamiR16
April 2022StuttgartR32
April/May 2022MadridR16
May 2022RomeR16
May/June 2022Roland GarrosFinal
June 2022BerlinSemifinals
June/July 2022WimbledonR32
August 2022San JoseQuarterfinals
August 2022Roger CupQuarterfinals
August 2022CincinnatiR64
August/September 2022US OpenQuarterfinals
October 2022San DiegoQuarterfinals
October 2022GuadalajaraQuarterfinals
October/November 2022WTA FinalsGroup Stage
November 2022BJK Cup FinalsRR

2021 Schedule

In 2021, Gauff made it to four quarterfinals, two semifinals, and won the Emilia-Romagna Open in Parma, Italy.

January 2021Abu DhabiR32
January/February 2021Gippsland TrophyR32
February 2021Australian OpenR64
February 2021Adelaide InternationalSemifinals
March 2021DubaiQuarterfinals
March/April 2021MiamiR64
April 2021CharlestonQuarterfinals
April/May 2021MadridR64
May 2021RomeSemifinals
May 2021ParmaChampion
May/June 2021Roland GarrosQuarterfinals
June 2021Eastbourne InternationalR16
June/July 2021WimbledonR16
August 2021Roger CupQuarterfinals
August 2021CincinnatiR32
August/September 2021US OpenR64
October 2021Indian WellsR32

2020 Schedule

Gauff’s best performance in 2020 was at The Top Seed Open where she made it to the semifinals (losing to Jennifer Brady 6-2, 6-4).

In the grand slam events, Gauff lost in the 4th round in Melbourne, the 1st round in New York, and the second round in Paris.

January 2020ASB ClassicR16
January/February 2020Australian OpenR16
August 2020The Top Seed OpenSemifinals
August 2020Western & Southern OpenR64
August/September 2020US OpenR128
September 2020RomeR32
September/October 2020Roland GarrosR64
October 2020OstravaR16

2019 Schedule

2019 was Coco’s breakthrough year on tour as she made it to the round of 16 at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships (losing to the eventual winner of the tournament Simona Halep).

Later that year, Coco would go on to claim her maiden WTA title at the Linz Open in Austria.

January/February 2019MidlandR16
February 2019SurpriseFinal
February/March 2019Oracle Challenger SeriesR64
March 2019IrapuatoQR1
March 2019Miami OpenR64
April 2019CharlottesvilleR32
April/May 2019CharlestonQuarterfinals
May 2019Bonito SpringsQR1
May 2019Saint GaudensQuarterfinals
May/June 2019Roland GarrosQR2
July 2019WimbledonR16
July/August 2019WashingtonR32
August/September 2019US OpenR32
October 2019Upper Austria Ladies LinzChampion
October 2019LuxembourgR32

2018 Schedule

Cori lost in the first round of qualifying for the 2018 US Open, with her remaining tournaments being ITF level events.

May 2018OspreyR16
June 2018Baton RougeR16
August 2018US OpenQR1
October 2018Santa MargheritaQR2