Cori Gauff

Cori Gauff

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Cori "Coco" Gauff (born March 13, 2004) is an American tennis player. She is a former world No. 1 junior, having won one junior Grand Slam singles title and another in doubles. She was the runner-up in the girls' singles event at the 2017 US Open, making her the youngest finalist at the event in the tournament's history. She is also hugely famous for defeating five-time champion Venus Williams at 2019 Grand Slam debut match.

What is Cori Gauff Best Known for?

Cori is best known as a former world No. 1 junior, having won one junior Grand Slam singles title and another in doubles. She is hugely famous for defeating five-time champion Venus Williams at 2019 Grand Slam debut match. She also the youngest player who made it to the final at the 2017 US Open

Who are Cori Gauff's parents?

Cori Gauff was born to Mr. Corey and Mrs. Candi Gauff on March 13, 2004, in Delray Beach, Florida, US. Her father Corey played basketball at Georgia State University and later worked as a health care executive. Her mother Mrs. Candi was a track and field athlete at Florida State University. She has two younger brothers. Cori did not attend school institutions but was instead home-schooled by her mother; Mrs. Candi who is a former teacher. She holds American nationality and belongs to African ethnicity. Her religion is Christianity and her zodiac is Pisces. Encouraged by her parents to try a wide variety of sports including basketball and track, Gauff began playing tennis at age six.

Her father is her head coach and trained her on her tennis career. Gauff trained with Gerard Loglo at the New Generation Tennis Academy in Delray Beach, Florida. After winning the Maureen Connolly Brinker Tennis Foundation's "Little Mo" eight-and-under nationals in December 2012, Gauff decided she wanted to pursue a lifelong career in tennis. When she was eleven years old, she was chosen by Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou to be part of his Champ’ Seed foundation and trained with him in Nice, France.

How is Cori Gauff 's Career?

Gauff began her professional tennis career by playing on the ITF Junior Circuit at the age of 13, skipping directly to the highest-level Grade A and Grade 1 tournaments. In May 2018, Gauff made her ITF debut as a qualifier into the $25K event at Osprey. She reached the final at the junior US Open in just her fourth ITF event. She won two junior Grand Slam tournament titles, one in singles in June 2018 at only 14 years old at French Open and one in doubles in September 2018 at US Open with her partner Caty McNally. Gauff also finished 2018 strong by winning the Girls, 18 and under, division of the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships.

Gauff made her WTA Tour debut in March 2019 at the Miami Open and won her opening match. On 27 June 2019, she won her third qualifying round at Wimbledon to reach the main draw, becoming the youngest person to qualify for Wimbledon in the Open Era, setting a historical record. On 1 July 2019, at her grand slam debut, she defeated five-time champion Venus Williams 6–4, 6–4. It was only the second time since Williams’ Wimbledon debut in 1997 that she was beaten in the first round of the tournament. So far this young athlete has shown very remarkable career records in Tennis World.

What are Cori Gauff's Achievements?

In July 2014, Gauff won the USTA Clay Court National 12-and-under title; she was the youngest champion in the tournament's history aged 10 years and 4 months. In 2018, she became the second-youngest player to win the Junior French Open. She won two junior Grand Slam tournament titles, one in singles in June 2018 at only 14 years old at French Open and one in doubles in September 2018 at the US Open with her partner Caty McNally.

What is Cori Gauff's Net Worth?

The net worth of Cori Gauff is estimated to be around $500 thousand dollars. Her average salary is still under speculation. She has already signed a multi-year endorsement deals with New Balance, tennis rocket manufacturing company Head and an Italian food company Barilla. Gauff uses a Head Graphene 360 Speed MP company brand as well. According to Forbes, she would earn at least $1 million from these deals in 2019. Information regarding her cars, houses, business, and other assets are still under review.

Who is Cori Gauff Married to?

Cori is still not married and is single. There's no information or gossips about her relationship and other personal aspects of her life. She is quite busy and focused on her aspiring tennis career.

How Tall is Cori Gauff?

Cori stands a height of 5 feet 10 inches and weighs around 55 kg. She has black hair color and dark brown eyes. She wears a 32B bra size and 7.5 (UK) size of the shoe. Moreover, her body measures 33-26-34 inches. She has a straight sexual orientation.

Cori Gauff
Quick Facts of Cori Gauff
Celebrated Name Cori Gauff
Age 16 years old
Nick Name Cori Gauff
Birth Name Cori Gauff
Birth Date 2004-03-13
Gender Female
Profession American tennis player
Nationality American
Place of Birth United States
Father Corey Gauff
Mother Candi Gauff
Brother 2
Ethnicity African
Horoscope Pisces
Religion Christanity
Net Worth $500 thousand
Marital Status single
Height 5 feet 10 inches
Weight 55 kg
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color black
Body Measurement 33-26-34 inches
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