American tennis player Coco Gauff defeated Austria’s Julia Grabher 6-1, 6-3 after playing 58 minutes in the first point of the Billie Jean King Cup series between the United States and Austria. In this way, North Americans are 1-0 ahead of Europeans.
Coco Gauff He broke into the world’s top 100 at a very young age, and over the years he continues to be a big future in tennis. In 2022, he reached the definition Roland Garros, his most notable tournament. In addition, he reached the semi-finals WTA 250 in Adelaide 2 and WTA 500 in Berlin. Among other results, he reached the quarterfinals Doha, San Jose, Toronto, US Open, San Diego and Guadalajara. His 2023 got off to a flying start as he walked away with the Auckland trophy. In Australia it exceeded Kateryna Siniakova, Emma Raducanu and Bernarda Pera.
Julia Grabher He is coming off a very important year in 2022, where he won the Titles and reached the Top 100 in the world ranking. Last season he became the champion WTA 125k in Bari and ITF W60k in San Sebastián and San Bartolome and W25k in Porto. His 2023 began in the second round Aucklandlosses in Hobart, Australian Open, Lyon and Linzhe passed the qualification Dubaidrop in Trnava 1eighth Trnava 2second wheel qualy in Miami Openearly termination San Luis Potosí and the third wheel in Charleston.
Gauff walks to pass his nation
Coco Gauff and Julia Grabher They faced each other in the first point of the series USA and Austria from the Billie Jean King Cup.
After a considerable delay caused by rain, the match was started. At the beginning of the game, two completely different players were visible. On the one hand, the American showed his weapons, was aggressive, patient to find spaces and very dominant with each of his strikes. On the other hand, the Austrian knew that he had a difficult save, but he looked for ways to complicate his rival. Coco took advantage and capitalized on every opportunity they got and started on the break to make it 3-0. Although Grabher sos had a game, he couldn’t do much more in the development of the set and Gauff won. 6-1 in just 20 minutes.
Already in the second sleeve, Julia was encouraged to loosen up a little more, she advanced a few meters on the field and was able to aim her gun. After the two held without issue, the North American became aggressive again and achieved what looked to be the final break. However, Grabher surprised with strong tennis from the baseline and was able to recover quickly. However, Gauff did not leave the match, he continued to focus, he was fine from the serve and in the second break he sealed 6-1, 6-3 after 58 minutes of play.