Cori Gauff is a young and popular American tennis player. Born in Atlanta, George, the USA, Cori began playing tennis at a young age. Likewise, she turned professional in her early teens. She is the youngest ever finalist in the girls’ singles at the US Open.
The tennis prodigy made her ITF debut back in May 2018, playing as a qualifier into the $25K event at Osprey. Gauff won her first professional match during that even. Eventually, she won her first Junior Grand Slam Title in June at the French Open.
Cori is the second youngest tennis player to win the Junior Roland Garros at the 2018 French Open. Moreover, she is also the youngest female tennis player to qualify for Grand Slam. The tennis player ended her debut year, 2018, on a good note and shows no sign of slowing down.
Her 2019 is seemly even better than her 2018. Regarded to be the finest under-20 female tennis player, Gauff is set to score big out there. Likewise, the early good signs show all the possibility of her upcoming professional life.
Cori defeated the five-time Wimbledon Champion, Venus Williams at the 2019 Wimbledon, first round. Ranked No. 313 in WTA rankings, Gauff beat Venus at 39-6-4, 6-4. Venus Williams has won four Grand Slam titles, including two Wimbledon titles before Gauff was even born. The American tennis professional is 24 years senior to Gauff.
Following her overwhelming victory over Willimas, Gauff now faces Magdalena Rybarikova in the second round. From Slovakia, Magdalena is 15 years her senior.
Find out more about Cori Gauff in here.
Cori Gauff Age: 15 Years Old
Born in the year 2004, Cori Gauff celebrates her birthday on the 13th of March. Recently turned 15 on March 13, 2019, Cori celebrated her birthday with her family and friends.
Likewise, the stills from her 15th birthday celebration can be found on her social pages.
Cori’s Wikipedia and Parents
Both of her parents come from an athletic background which made it easier from Cori to get into the game. It’s like carrying a family legacy and Cori is just so good at it.
Her father played college basketball at George State University, while her mother was a field and track athlete at Florida State University.
Cori Gauff Height: 5 feet and 9 inches
Standing 5 feet and 9 inches tall, Cori began playing tennis at the age of seven. She turned professional in 2018, at the age of 14.
Currently busing at 2019 Wimbledon, Cori lives a single life. She doesn’t have any boyfriend at the moment.
How Much is Cori Gauff’s Net Worth And Annual Earning?
Regarded as one of the finest female tennis players in the world, Cori Gauff is at her best impressing the critics. She turned professional in 2018.
According to her Wikipedia page, her total career income as of July 2019 is reported at $75,011.
Though the details about her exact net worth at present are still unknown, she is expected to score in huge numbers in the near future. In fact, Cori has started making thousands of dollars already.
In 2019, Cori is expected to earn around $1 million, according to Forbes. Along with her prize money, Cori also makes a lot from her sponsorship deals.
In October 2018, she penned her first sponsorship contract with New Balance. Moreover, she signed another multi-year sponsorship deal with Barilla, an Italian food company in March 2019.