Coco Gauff New Net Worth Released -How Much Does Gauff’s cost

Coco Gauff New Net Worth Released -How Much Does Gauff's cost


Cori “Coco” Gauff needs no introduction at this point, but we’ll give one to you anyway since it’s so freakin’ iconic. Growing up, the professional athlete became interested in tennis after she saw Serena Williams win the 2009 Australian Open on television. Coco then picked up the sport at the tender age of six while people like me were out here picking our random knee scabs, and she relocated to Delray Beach, Florida with her parents to train under coach Gerard Loglo, according to Celebrity Net Worth. By the time she was 10, Coco began training at the Mouratoglou Academy in France under Patrick Mouratoglou, who just so happened to be the longtime coach of Serena in a truly Full Circle Moment™️.


Coco Gauff New Net Worth Released -How Much Does Gauff's cost

It didn’t take long before Coco won the USTA Clay Court National 12-and-under title at 10 years old, making her the youngest winner in that tournament’s history. Coco then catapulted to international stardom at the age of 15 (!) after she won against Venus Williams at the 2019 Wimbledon tournament. Later that year, she also won her first WTA singles title at the Linz Open, making her the youngest person to win a WTA singles title since 2004. Since then, the tennis pro has continued to make major strides in the sport, which has no doubt resulted in equally major $$. Let’s get into it, shall we?

efore we get into how much moneyCoco makes from playing dominating her sport, let’s get into some quick facts:

Coco is the youngest finalist in the history of the U.S. Open singles event.
She is the youngest person to win the Junior French Open.
Oh, and Coco’s the youngest player to qualify for the main draw at Wimbledon.
Cool-cool-cool, so now that that’s out of the way, let’s get to the money! Going into the 2019 Wimbledon tournament, Coco’s total career earnings were $75,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth. But after her amazing win (and a subsequent one right after), she “guaranteed herself at least $140,000,” according to the outlet.

Her earnings have only gone up from there, since she has been—to put it mildly—kicking serious ass during her competitions. Like, as of July 2023, the 19-year-old sits at fourth in the doubles rankings and seventh on the singles side of things. And if you wanna know her all-time, career-high rankings, that would be number 4 in singles and number 1 in doubles. Currently, Coco’s WTA profile notes she’s won $7,409,006 in her career, with over $1.8 million of that being earned in 2023 alone. Damn.

Both Her Endorsements and Acting Portfolio Are *Chef’s Kiss*
Getting your first real paycheck is kind of a canon event. And while most of us were out here making our first couple of bucks working at our local Aéropostale (I wasn’t offered the job, so can’t relate) or babysitting, Coco did things a bit differently.


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