Gonzalez, 40, struck a second-serve ace and two points at 8-9 in the match tie-break. Coco Gauff, a young American, won the Cincinnati Open Tennis Final in straight sets over Karolina Muchova.
The days leading up to the United States Open, which starts on August 28, have done a lot to boost Coco Gauff’s self-assurance. Gauff went on to defeat her Czech rival in the championship match on Sunday, winning in straight sets 6-3 and 6-4.
After claiming the titles in Washington, DC, and Auckland earlier in 2023, she has now won her fifth championship in her whole career. In 2023 altogether, she has won her third championship.
Coco Gauff Broke The Record
The young player from the United States of America also broke the record that was previously held by Bianca Andreescu for the youngest player to win three WTA singles titles in a single year. After taking the first set by a score of 3-0 and winning it at love, Coco Gauff won the match by breaking her opponent three times in the second set.
Coco Gauff commented, “This is unbelievable, especially after everything I went through in the summer in Europe,” in reference to the difficulties she has encountered throughout this season.
7th in line In her maiden WTA 1000 final, the American won the next service game after wasting three match points at 5-2.
Gauff capitalized when Muchova missed a backhand shot in the fifth game of the second set. Even though Muchova’s ranking is about to join the top 10, she was inconsistent throughout the match.
The fact that I am here, at this moment, brings happiness to my heart. While I was trying to figure everything out, there were numerous occasions on which I wept myself to sleep.
Gonzalez and Molteni won Men’s Doubles Title
Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni of Argentina defeated Jamie Murray and Michael Venus of New Zealand 3-6, 6-1, 11-9 to win the men’s doubles title.
Gonzalez, hit a second-serve ace at 8-9 in the match tie-break . Gonzalez won the match, later, he delivered the match decisive winning return off Venus’s serve.