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Coco Gauff And Team USA Shine, Djokovic Also Wins

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January 9, 2023

Coco Gauff has begun 2023 with a stunning title win in New Zealand – and Americans are shining everywhere in world tennis.

She dominated the ASB Classic in New Zealand and beat Spaniard Rebeka Masarova 6-1, 6-1 in the final to secure her third big crown.

Coco Gauff really could be ready to make Wimbledon 2023 her most memorable moment in England too.

And don’t forget she has been wowing Wimbledon’s Centre Court since she was fifteen.

Now loveable Coco has come of age and will arrive at the All England Club as a serious contender.

Meanwhile Team USA is also feeling on top of the world!

America won the inaugural United Cup in emphatic fashion when they overcame Italy at the weekend.

New tennis superstar Taylor Fritz sealed the deal for the USA with a stunning win over former Wimbledon finalist Matteo Berrettini.

Taylor’s serve was never threatened in a dramatic 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (8-6) victory over his powerful adversary. And that created an unassailable 3-0 lead for his team.

Meanwhile another top American, Sebastian Korda was a tie-break away from pulling off an upset against the great Novak Djokovic in the Adelaide final.

Eventually the Serb just edged it 6-7 (8-10), 7-6 (7-3), 6-4. But there’s no doubt about it. American tennis is entering another golden era!

When was the last time American men’s tennis was in such great shape to compliment the health of the women’s game?

American men and women will go deep at Wimbledon 2023, we predict.

And it’s more than possible an American will take home one if not more of the most coveted trophies in tennis.

Wimbledon has always had a loving relationship with American players.

And Coco Gauff has definitely reignited that love affair in recent years.

After her victory in Auckland, she said: ‘Honestly, a great week for me despite the rain. Couldn’t ask for a better start to my season.

‘First title on hard since I was fifteen. I’m happy to be successful on a surface that I love.’

But make no mistake, Coco loves playing on grass too. She has said in the past that Wimbledon feels like a home from home – her garden.

Will you be at Wimbledon 2023 to cheer on Coco Gauff and the other Americans?

We can help you make that dream come true and get you some of the best seats in the house on historic Centre Court.

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