Learn teen American tennis star Coco Gauff's relationship status here.
Coco Gauff is an American tennis player who has bagged the title of the world's youngest player to win a WTA (Women's Tennis Association) title since 2004 when she won the Linz Open Title at the age of 15 years.
The teenager shocked the tennis world with the power of commitment and hard work despite her tender age. The multi-talented athlete was born on March 13, 2004, in Georgia, the USA, to parents Candi (néeOdom) and Corey Gauff.
Coco is enjoying her recent fame and has continuously presented us with her remarkable work even in the recent Wimbledon 2021, no matter her loss at the end. The confident player promised to make a come back honing her skills and win her first Grand Slam singles title, which is also her dream.
Does Coco Gauff Have a Boyfriend? What's Her Relationship Status?
Coco Grauff supposedly does not have a sweetheart and is single at the moment. She is currently at the peak of her career and has most of her focus and time dedicated to her training which might be one of the reasons she isn’t seeking a relationship.
Coco Gauff is not dating anyone right now. Photo Source: Coco Gauff's Instagram (@cocogauff)
The 17-year-old hasn’t had the rumor of being in a relationship previously. The talented athlete is dedicated to mastering her craft, celebrating success, and that’s all that matters. If we get any news on her being tied up, we’ll make sure to look at it. Coco is a young girl exploring herself and rejoicing in her single life as of 2021.
Coco Gauff's Career Highlight
Coco Gauff made her debut as a qualifier on the ITF Women's Circuit in May 2018, where she won her first professional match, defeating Jeļena Ostapenko in the final.
The win made her the youngest WTA player to clinch a singles title since 2004. Followed by a semifinal in doubles with McNally, got her listed under top 100 debuts in WTA singles as well as doubles rankings.
Coco Gauff is the youngest player ranked in the top 100 by WTA at the moment.
The 9th youngest player in the history of women’s tennis lives by a humble principle in life as she quotes in one of her interviews, "I'm going to always still be learning no matter how many matches I win," Gauff said. "But for me, it's just being patient."