Coco Gauff's mother Candi beams with pride as her youngest son Cameron graduates from elementary school

Coco Gauff and her mother Candi Gauff
Coco Gauff and her mother Candi Gauff

Coco Gauff’s mother, Candi, recently congratulated her youngest son, Cameron, on his graduation from elementary school. Meanwhile, Coco, the World No. 3, is currently competing in the 2024 French Open in a bid to claim her second Grand Slam title.

Coco Gauff, 20, was born to Corey and Candi Gauff. Codey and Cameron Gauff are her two younger brothers. In an Instagram photo uploaded on Thursday, Candi Gauff congratulated Cameron for finishing elementary school and said she was very proud of him.

“Congratulations Cameron! Elementary is a wrap!!!!,” Candi Gauff wrote.

Coco Gauff is also doing the family proud, having reached the third round of the French Open after defeating Slovenia’s Tamara Zidansek 6-3, 6-4 on Wednesday.

The weather conditions in Paris have been wet and cold, leading to match interruptions in both the men’s and women’s categories. Following her match against Zidansek, Gauff mentioned the challenges she faced with the weather.

"It was really slow [conditions] today, so I felt like my balls weren't bouncing as much as normal. I think it's just with the humidity from all the rain ... which I think caters to her game a little bit more," Gauff said. (According to wtatennis.com)
"There's always things you can do better, and I try not to overanalyze everything," she added.

Coco Gauff eyes another win in 3rd round of French Open 2024

2024 French Open - Day 4 (Coco Gauff)
2024 French Open - Day 4 (Coco Gauff)

Coco Gauff will face World No. 32, Dayana Yastremska, in the third round of the French Open on Friday. This will be the second time in two months that Gauff will be facing the Ukrainian. Their previous meeting came in the second round of the 2024 Madrid Open, where Gauff defeated Yastremska 6-4, 6-1.

Gauff has an impressive record at the French Open, having previously reached the quarterfinals twice and the final once. Gauff has also had a remarkable season so far. She successfully defended her title at the ASB Classic in Auckland, and has won 25 matches and lost only 8 across nine competitions that she has featured in.

Yastremska, on the other hand, advanced to the Australian Open semifinals before losing to Qinwen Zheng in straight sets. However, since her Australian Open run, she has struggled for form, evident from the fact that she has failed to progress beyond the third round of any WTA tournament.

Gauff will start the game as the favorite, but Yastremska will be determined to put up a fight.

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