Coco Gauff believes she has an advantage over her peers given her wealth of experience compared to others her age. The 19-year-old emerged four years ago already able to compete with established professionals on the tour circuit, and the American has steadily built on her promising debut as she reached the final of the French Open last year.
Ad The world No. 6 explained ahead of the tournament at Roland-Garros that she was accustomed to life in France given her training as child in the city.
Roland-GarrosAlcaraz, Medvedev to face qualifiers; Djokovic starts against KovacevicYESTERDAY AT 12:56 She said: «I had the opportunity to train in Paris at the Mouratoglou Academy when I was 10 years old, and I've been coming to France pretty much every year since 10 years old.
So I'm very familiar with the red clay and the French way, I guess. So I think that's why I feel comfortable playing here in Paris.Read more on eurosport.com