Coco Gauff claims her spot in the top 100 WTA rankings.
Coco Gauff has made quite a name for herself, starting the year ranked in 685th position in the WTA rankings, she has stormed the rankings and currently sits 69th, with a position of 78 in the doubles ranks.
She had success in the 2019 Wimbledon Championships, where Gauff made it to the last 16, after beating Grand Slam winner Venus Williams in the first round, she lost to Simona Halep who went on the win the tournament.
It was her win at the Linz Open final that put her into the top 100 rankings. She broke records to be the youngest player to reach a WTA quarter-final since 2005, and showed her skills as she made it through to the final where she faced 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko. It was a tense final in which Gauff held off two break points in her opening service game before breaking Ostapenko's serve to take control of the opening set. However, her opponent took the second set with an Ace, but it wasn't enough to hold off Gauff who won the final set to take the title with a 6-3 1-6 6-2 victory.
"It has been an amazing week, I hope to come back here again. I will remember this moment for the rest of my life"
Coco Gauff, on her first WTA title win.
She now sits as the youngest player inside the top 100 and looks set to qualify for her next Grand Slam tournament, the Australian Open, which will take place in January 2020. Whatever the result Coco Gauff's career is certainly one to watch.