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Wimbledon: Coco Gauff says she is excited about returning this summer

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American teenager Coco Gauff is thrilled to be heading to Wimbledon this summer after the Grand Slam was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic; she said: “I’m just happy that right now I’m healthy and everything. Hopefully that keeps up all the way through Wimbledon”.

 

 

Coco Gauff is looking forward to enjoying the crowd experience of Wimbledon, albeit in limited numbers this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 17-year-old saw her hopes of reaching a first Grand Slam semi-final ended by unseeded Czech Barbora Krejcikova at this year’s French Open.

 

 

 

 

Gauff has been in brilliant form on the clay, but the American will now hope to take that winning-mentality on to the grass in time for Wimbledon, which was the scene of her major breakthrough two years ago, when she reached the last 16.

 

 

Gauff’s hitting partner, Frenchman Enzo Couacaud told her the defeat to Krejcikova at Roland Garros would make her a “champion in the future” and the teenager believes it too.

 

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Reflecting on her campaign on the dirt, in which she won the WTA Emilia-Romagna Open in Parma, Gauff said: “Obviously it was a great season. In the future, I just want to keep continuing to get better. Hopefully next year I’ll be better.

“But I think that I’ve learned a lot over this swing and I have a lot that I can take with me later into my next tournaments later this year.”







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