Here is the net worth of Coco Gauff, the young tennis prodigy from Atlanta who beat Venus Williams

Cori “Coco” Gauff is an 18-year-old tennis prodigy born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. His parents, Candi and Corey Gauff are both former college athletes.

The star first gained international recognition after defeating renowned athlete Venus Williams at the 2019 Wimbledon tournament when she was just 15 years old.

Since then, she has developed a friendship with Sister Williams which served as her original inspiration to launch her career as a professional tennis player.

She holds many successful titles, including the youngest French Open junior winner, the youngest person to qualify for the main draw at Wimbledon, as well as the youngest US Open runner-up in singles.

Through consistent wins and brand endorsements, Coco has amassed an estimated net worth of $3.5 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. CNW data “is rooted in financial analysis, market research and internal sources that we have meticulously developed over the past decade to maintain accuracy and breadth of knowledge.”

The WTA Media Information Team states that she has won $4,518,503 in prize money during her career, as of June 20, 2022. She has won $2,020,365 so far this year.

Gauff has been involved in sponsorships and advertising campaigns with major brands such as American Eagle, New Balance and Barilla, an Italian pasta company.

Despite her huge success, Coco’s social media presence reflects a down-to-earth and relatable teenager.

She uses her TikTok account as a platform to share her travel experiences, reflect on the highs and lows of her tennis matches, and crack jokes about her life in the spotlight.

@cocogauff

I only broke one racquet on the court and when I saw that good I was like I would never do that again💀

In a viral video, she comically recounts her reaction to being fined $7,000 for damaging a racket on the court during the 2021 French Open tournament, and shares the lesson she learned from instance.

The teenager is on the way to greatness. In 2019, she told Good Morning America that her ultimate goal was to become “the greatest of all time.” She ranks 12th in singles at the time of publication.

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