Coco Gauff is looking to adapt ahead of Roland Garros.
Coco Gauff is seeking improvement in her game after her Indian Wells defeat to Aryna Sabalenka.
Who will be taking home the women's title this year?
Coco Gauff admits that being described as the future of women’s tennis places extra pressure on her shoulders but she is taking it all in her...
Tennis Hall of Famer Steve Flink joins Ubitennis founder Ubaldo Scanagatta to look back on the highs and lows of this year's Australian Open women's tournament.
Teenager Coco Gauff defeated Rebeka Masarova in straight sets to win her third career singles title in Auckland. The impressive world number seven won 6-1 6-1...
The event will be held in Melbourne Park next week.
The 18-year-old American will make her singles and doubles debut at the year-end championships in Fort Worth, Texas.
The extraordinary teenager is starting to settle into life as New York’s next biggest star.
Naomi Osaka, Coco Gauff and Nick Kyrgios are some of those who have spoken highly about the rising star.
The two players will lock horns for the third time this season in Toronto on Friday.
The former world No.1 says she was particularly happy about one aspect of her game despite losing.
The Spaniard was very complimentary when it came to talking about three of the biggest names in women's tennis at present.
The American has insisted that she was not 'freaking out' in the title match.
The 20-year-old is the first top seed to win the women’s title since 2018 after crushing her error-stricken opponent in the final.
Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff will battle for the Roland Garros title on Saturday.
After her emphatic semi-final win, Gauff explains why she has no problem speaking out about social issues.
Iga Swiatek remains the favourite as the women's semi-finals take place.
Coco Gauff is into the semi-finals and looking to be the nearest challenger to Iga Swiatek at Roland Garros.
The American produced an error-stricken performance at Melbourne Park on Monday.