TAG: Coco Gauff

Oct/20

9

Sage Salzenstein: How To Fix The Coco Gauff Serve

One of the big surprises of the revival of professional tennis in August was the disappointing mediocre play of 2019 American teen sensation Coco Gauff. The 16-year-old seems to have regressed this year after her headline making 2019 as a 15-year-old. Gauff’s results this year have been ordinary, she made no impact at Cincy Open, […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/20

24

Serena and Osaka Knocked Out of AO 2020

By Louise Belcourt The tennis world was in shock after two Australian Open grand slam women’s champions were knocked out of the third round of the Australian Open on day 5. In the day session of Rod Laver Arena, the gritty Chinese player Qiang Wang celebrated Chinese New Year early with a tough 6-4 6-7(2) […] Continue to read full article...

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Jan/20

22

Coco Came, Coco Saw, And Coco Is Going To Conquer

Two days ago Coco Gauff declared boldly she intends to be surpass Serena, Graf, Court and Navratilova to become the greatest female tennis player of all time. Extravagent words from a dimunitive youngster. So I decided to watch her AO second rounder vs veteran Sorana Cirstea with critical eyes. Coco is a very extraordinary young […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/19

23

Coco Gauff To Play Delray Beach

COCO GAUFF TO PLAY REIGNING NCAA SINGLES CHAMPION ESTELA PEREZ-SOMARRIBA IN FIRST-EVER WOMEN’S MATCH AT DELRAY BEACH OPEN BY VITACOST.COM  DECEMBER 23, 2019, DELRAY BEACH, FL – Today, the Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com (https://yellowtennisball.com/) announced that global teen tennis star and local Delray Beach resident Coco Gauff will play 2019 NCAA Division I Singles Champion Estela Perez-Somarriba in the first […] Continue to read full article...

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Mar/19

21

Coco Gauff Dazzles in WTA Debut

She came, she saw and she conquered. Coco Gauff won Roland Garros juniors, finaled at an ITF pro event in Arizona earlier this year and today she made her WTA main tour debut a successful one with a 36 63 64 win over Caty McNally. Court 7 was full to capacity, with some heavyweight tennis figures watching the thrilling battle - Tony Godsick, Sven Groenveld, Patrick Mouratoglou, Robby Poole, photo man Paul Zimmer, Kyrgios agent John Morris and Kathy Rinaldi. Continue to read full article...

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