Cori Gauff (Coco) Cracks Top 100

Cori Coco Gauff

Cori Gauff (aka: Coco) is our WTA mover of the week. The fifteen-year-old American has been turning heads as a junior tennis player for a long time; but many more people are aware of her now because she dominated the tennis spotlight earlier this season with her fourth round run at Wimbledon. WTA Age Eligibility…

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Coco Gauff Bags First Title

Cori Gauff

Upper Austria Ladies Linz, Austria [72] Jelena Ostapenko (LAT) vs. [110] Cori Gauff (USA) Twenty-two-year-old Jelena Ostapenko knows all about having the spotlight on your career. A little over two years ago, just after she turned twenty, the Latvian won her first title at Roland Garros. Fast forward to two years later and she now…

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Townsend Gets The Upset Of The Open

US OPEN, New York (Queens) American Taylor Townsend got the win of her career today when she knocked out the fourth seed, Simona Halep (ROU). Halep came out on fire; however, just as Townsend did in the qualifying rounds after dropping the first set, she made the necessary adjustments. She evened the match playing her…

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What A Day At Wimbledon!

WIMBLEDON, Great Britain Americans left in the draw The fairytale story of [313] Cori Gauff continues. Pushed almost to the brink of elimination by [60] Polona Hercog (SLO), Gauff fought off two match points to win 3-6, 7-6(7), 7-5. [34] Danielle Collins could not pull off another comeback; she forced it to a third set,…

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