Coco Gauff net worth
American tennis player Cori Gauff, often known as Coco Gauff, has a $3.5 million fortune.
After defeating Venus Williams at the 2019 Wimbledon competition, Coco Gauff first rose to prominence on a global scale.
When she defeated Venus, she was 15 years old. Coco had earned $75,000 over the course of her career prior to the competition.
She assured herself at least $140,000 from this one event alone with the win and a subsequent win.
She signed an endorsement agreement with New Balance in October 2018.
She also has a contract with Head Racquets. In 2019, Coco Guaff made at least $1 million, mostly through endorsements.
In early 2022, Gauff claimed her first WTA 1000 doubles title with Jessica Pegula at the Qatar Open
At the age of 12 in 2016, Gauff entered the Les Petits As 14-and-under tournament