This article will look at the schedule of Coco Gauff from when she turned pro in 2018 to her most recent tournament in 2023.
2023 Coco Gauff Schedule
Coco was due to play in the WTA Zhengzhou Open (9-15 October 2023), but she pulled out of the tournament after her semifinal loss to Iga Swiatek in Beijing.
Gauff’s’ next match and schedule for the first few months of 2024 have yet to be confirmed.
|January 2023||ASB Classic||Champion|
|January 2023||Australian Open||R16|
|March 2023||Indian Wells||QF|
|May/June 2023||Roland Garros||QF|
|August 2023||Roger Cup||QF|
|August/September 2023||US Open||Champion|
|October 2023||China Open||SF|
|November 2023||WTA Finals||SF|
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 2022||Adelaide International 1||R16|
|January 2022||Adelaide International 2||Semifinals|
|January 2022||Australian Open||R128|
|March 2022||Indian Wells||R32|
|May/June 2022||Roland Garros||Final|
|August 2022||San Jose||Quarterfinals|
|August 2022||Roger Cup||Quarterfinals|
|August/September 2022||US Open||Quarterfinals|
|October 2022||San Diego||Quarterfinals|
|October/November 2022||WTA Finals||Group Stage|
|November 2022||BJK Cup Finals||RR|
In 2021, Gauff made it to four quarterfinals, two semifinals, and won the Emilia-Romagna Open in Parma, Italy.
|January 2021||Abu Dhabi||R32|
|January/February 2021||Gippsland Trophy||R32|
|February 2021||Australian Open||R64|
|February 2021||Adelaide International||Semifinals|
|May/June 2021||Roland Garros||Quarterfinals|
|June 2021||Eastbourne International||R16|
|August 2021||Roger Cup||Quarterfinals|
|August/September 2021||US Open||R64|
|October 2021||Indian Wells||R32|
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).
|January 2020||ASB Classic||R16|
|January/February 2020||Australian Open||R16|
|August 2020||The Top Seed Open||Semifinals|
|August 2020||Western & Southern Open||R64|
|August/September 2020||US Open||R128|
|September/October 2020||Roland Garros||R64|
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.
|February/March 2019||Oracle Challenger Series||R64|
|March 2019||Miami Open||R64|
|May 2019||Bonito Springs||QR1|
|May 2019||Saint Gaudens||Quarterfinals|
|May/June 2019||Roland Garros||QR2|
|August/September 2019||US Open||R32|
|October 2019||Upper Austria Ladies Linz||Champion|
Cori lost in the first round of qualifying for the 2018 US Open, with her remaining tournaments being ITF level events.
|June 2018||Baton Rouge||R16|
|August 2018||US Open||QR1|
|October 2018||Santa Margherita||QR2|