The first week of the US Open was all about Serena Williams. but, 23-time Grand Slam champion sent off has once again drawn attention to several players who have shown some spectacular tennis in the early rounds.one of them is american Coco Gauff.
of French Open finalist We had a night match against France’s Caroline Garcia at Arthur Ashe Stadium. The 17th seed is doing well, winning a hard-court warm-up tournament in Cincinnati and going through his first four rounds without dropping a set. This is a matchup that has been anticipated since the draw came out. However, it failed to live up to everyone’s competitive expectations as Garcia defeated Gauff by his 6-3 6-4 in a very one-sided match.
Garcia hasn’t played for the Ashes this year, but all of Coco’s matches have been on Show Court and she’s an undisputed fan favorite. very dominant in New YorkSo, I have high hopes for her.
The match started with Gauff’s early strains leading to multiple unforced errors. These mistakes and troubles on his first serve saw Garcia quickly put him in a 4–0 lead. It was completely different from the Coco I saw at the competition. I honestly can’t remember when I last saw her like this.
Coco fought back and even managed to get a break of service, but in the end Garcia won the first set 6-3.
Unfortunately, the second set didn’t start so well. Garcia let Coco play his game, controlling the pace and taking on a more attacking role. To her credit, Gauff was able to keep fighting and catch the French player off guard. Things didn’t get better for the 12th seed, as Caroline had answers to everything Coco threw at her.
Frankly, Garcia outperformed Gauff. She stepped onto the court with a game plan and executed it flawlessly. Coco was backwards from the beginning and never recovered.
Caroline Garcia heads into the semi-finals to face Oz Jabbar while Coco heads home to regroup for the final few tournaments of the season.