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Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty To Play At Winston-Salem Open 2019

Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty To Play At Winston-Salem Open 2019

Over the past few weeks, the WTA sector of tennis has been resonating with two players, Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty. Presently, Gauff reserved a spot in the Citi Open’s main draw. As a warm-up for their US Open series, the prime ladies of WTA, Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty will play an exhibition match at Winston-Salem Open in North Carolina, on August 21, 2019, as mentioned by the tournament organizers.

World Number one, Barty has revived the Australian tennis as she filled up the eight-year-old Slam-less drought of Australia after her French Open 2019 win. Sam Stosur was the last Australian to win a Grand Slam, which was during the US Open 2011 in New York and then Barty became a champion in Paris.

Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty, Birmingham title

Within a few weeks after her maiden Slam title, Ashleigh Barty lifted up the title at Birmingham Classic and she conquered the summit of women’s tennis as she replaced Naomi Osaka from the World Number one spot.

The all-court player, Ash Barty’s 15-match winning streak was concluded in the fourth round of Wimbledon Championships 2019 as Alison Riske battled past the top-seed after trailing behind by a set. Barty will be seen in Toronto for the Canadian Masters and before the New York major, she will also play the Cincinnati Masters in Ohio. 

The world was sighting on the 15-year-old, Coco Gauff’s journey into the second week of Wimbledon and her Friday evening battle against Polona Hercog was gazed by almost five million viewers, which included the former First Lady, Michelle Obama.

Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty
Coco Gauff at Wimbledon

Gauff’s fairytale was ended by the ultimate Wimbledon champion, Simona Halep but her promising career on the WTA track remains intact. 

Today, Cori Coco Gauff will play her opening round match at Citi Open 2019 against Zarina Diyas. She was the top-seed at the qualifiers and held straight-set victories against her qualifying opponents.

Coco also won her doubles match at Citi Open 2019 yesterday.

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