June 20, 2024
Coco Gauff

Coco Gauff

Coco Gauff aims for Olympic glory, deeming it equal to Grand Slam success, prioritizing preparation for French Open.
Coco Gauff, the 20-year-old American tennis sensation, is setting her sights on Olympic success in Paris, viewing it as on par with winning a Grand Slam title. Gauff’s ambition was fueled by her disappointment at missing out on the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 due to testing positive for Covid-19.

Expressing her eagerness for the upcoming Games, Gauff emphasized its importance, stating, “For me, the Olympics is a top priority. I’d say equal to the grand slams.” Despite her lack of Olympic experience, Gauff views the event as a significant opportunity to showcase her talent on a global stage.

Acknowledging the challenge of transitioning from grass to clay courts for both the Olympics and the French Open, Gauff remains focused on the process, aiming to fully immerse herself in the experience. She expressed her desire to approach the Olympics as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity while maintaining her competitive spirit.

Gauff’s immediate focus is on preparing for the French Open, where she aims to improve her serve to enhance her chances of claiming another Grand Slam title. Reflecting on her performance, Gauff emphasized the importance of serving better and expressed confidence in her overall game’s improvement.

“I think for me it’s just serving better than I did last week, honestly,” Gauff stated, highlighting her determination to refine her skills ahead of the upcoming tournament. With her sights set on success in both the Olympics and the French Open, Gauff is poised to make her mark on the tennis world once again.

Gauff in Rome, ranking, and results in 2024
Currently ranked no.3 (career-high), the American has a composed 22-7 record in 2024. Gauff is currently having a run in Rome where she managed to beat the world no.55 Magdalena Frech 6-3 6-3.

Coco Gauff will come up against the world no.68 Jaqueline Cristian in the 3rd round on Saturday at 7:00 pm on CENTER COURT. They have never competed against each other so far on the main tour.

Gauff has won 1 title in 2024 in Auckland.
The American won 7 titles in her career: 5 on hard courts, 1 on clay courts and 1 on indoor courts. (See the list of her titles)

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