MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A little magic may help Coco Gauff go a long way in next week's Australian Open main draw, with the American teenager entering her first Grand Slam tournament solely on her own merits.
A few hours after winning her first WTA title in Linz and going viral for the umpteenth time, Coco Gauff celebrated her victory the way that most people born in 2004 probably would: on her phone. She up
On Saturday, the 15-year-old tennis star defeated Andrea Petkovic 6-4, 6-4 at the Linz Open in Austria to move on to the final round of the tournament. Her victory makes her the youngest tennis player
American teenager Coco Gauff stunned top seed Kiki Bertens to advance to her maiden WTA semi-final with a 7-6(1) 6-4 victory at the Linz Open in Austria on Friday, then went back to her hotel to do her
(CNN) — Coco Gauff will not match her magical Wimbledon run -- and Naomi Osaka's quest to defend her US Open title continues. In a blockbuster third-round matchup and in their first career meeting, the
Coco Gauff’s game has flashes of greatness. Tennis fans believe she’s Serena Williams’s heir apparent.
Say what you want about the tennis season’s heights — how the Australian Open kicks it off, the topsy-turviness of Roland Garros and its brick red clay, or how the sport’s cultural traditions (like tennis
FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. -- It was a few minutes after 7 p.m. ET Thursday and America’s most heralded tennis teenager had her headphones on, her face down and a big red racquet bag slung over her shoulder,
Coco Gauff will continue her run at the 2019 U.S. Open in New York City after defeating Timea Babos 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 in their second-round match Thursday night. Next up for the 15-year-old Florida native
(CNN) — Coco Gauff has done it again. The 15-year-old American has reached the third round of the US Open with a 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 win over Hungary's Timea Babos on Thursday in two hours, 22 minutes. Gauff