Coco Gauff Net Worth

Cori Dionne “Coco” Gauff is an American professional tennis player. She has a career-high ranking of world No. 4 in singles, reached on October 24, 2022, and world No. 1 in doubles, achieved on August 15, 2022.

Coco Gauff Net Worth
Coco Gauff Net Worth

Coco Gauff Net Worth

 

Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: Mar 13, 2004 (18 years old)
Place of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia
Gender: Female

Early Life

Cori Dionne “Coco” Gauff was born as Cori Gauff on March 13, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia to Candi and Corey, both former college athletes. Her father played basketball at Georgia State University, while her mother did track and field at Florida State University. Gauff has two younger brothers named Codey and Cameron. Growing up, she became interested in tennis when she saw Serena Williams win the 2009 Australian Open on TV. Gauff began playing the sport at the age of six, and realized she wanted to pursue it as her career. To have better opportunities for training, she moved with her family to Delray Beach, Florida, where her parents are from. Gauff trained at the New Generation Tennis Academy under Gerard Loglo beginning when she was eight. Gauff’s parents eventually dropped their careers so they could devote their time to training their daughter. Her father soon became her coach, while her mother homeschooled her. When she was ten, Gauff started training at the Mouratoglou Academy in France under Patrick Mouratoglou, the longtime coach of Serena Williams. Gauff went on to win the USTA Clay Court National 12-and-under title, making her the youngest winner in that tournament’s history at just ten years of age.

Personal Life

Coco fans are eager to know her life’s hips and happening. Besides Coco’s professional career, not much has been mentioned regarding his personal life. Gauff is a young lady who is still single and has yet to find someone to share her life with. Currently, Coco is not dating anyone, nor is she rumored to be with any guy. The 18-year young lady focuses more on her growing career than on her love life. For now, the young tennis player enjoys her single life by traveling to exotic holiday destinations and spending time with her sibling and parents.

Career Highlights

  • Won her first professional doubles WTA title at Citi Open 2019 in Washington DC.
  • Gauff and McNally won their third WTA doubles title at the 2021 Parma Open
  • Gauff is the first 15-year-old to compete in the main draw of The Wimbledon Championships 2019.
  • Gauff became the youngest player in 2004 to achieve the feat.

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