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Coco Gauff wearing dress by Ganni, winner of women's...

19 year old Coco Gauff did her thing at the US Open in NYC — claiming her first Grand Slam title after defeating Aryna Sabalenka.

Coco beat Sabalenka in three sets! The first set 2 to 6, 2nd set 6 to 3, and the 3rd set 6 to 2! Coco’s win makes her the “youngest American major winner since Serena Williams,” who won her first Grand Slam at the age of 17! Keep reading HERE.

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9. Coco Gauff winner of women’s championship of US Open and…

Coco Gauff winner of women's championship of US Open and... Source:Getty

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10. US Open Tennis Championship 2023

US Open Tennis Championship 2023 Source:Getty

NEW YORK, USA: September 9: Coco Gauff of the United States lifts the winners’ trophy received from Billie Jean King after her victory against Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus in the Women’s Singles Final on Arthur Ashe Stadium during the US Open Tennis Championship 2023 at the USTA National Tennis Centre on September 9th, 2023 in Flushing, Queens, New York City. (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images) color image,photography,people,horizontal,usa,adult,new york city,success,sport,women,final round,stadium,three quarter length,winning,five people,receiving,tennis,picking up,queens – new york city,flushing – queens,usta national tennis center,grand slam,individual event,championship,us open tennis championships,wta tour,arthur ashe stadium,belarus,international tennis federation,atp world tour,trophy – award,tennis player,billie jean king,open competition,cori gauff,aryna sabalenka