The 15-year-old kid Cori Coco Gauff must have lost her opening round match at Citi Open 2019 to Zarina Diyas, but she doesn’t go back home empty-handed. The phenom, Coco in tandem with the 17-year-old American, Caty McNally has lifted up the doubles title in Washington DC. The American girls, Coco Gauff and Caty McNally defeated Fanny Stollar and Maria Sanchez 6-2, 6-2.
They to pull off their first professional title together in the American capital and it was their first professional tournament as a duo. They came up with flourishing results in presence of their home crowd. A packed stadium enjoyed the quick match which the American ladies had put up and with Coco’s team dominating the encounter in the first set multiplied the joy of the audience.
Coco Gauff and Caty McNally dropped one service game in the opening set and later sealed it comfortably.
The American teenagers bolted to take a 2-0 lead in the second set and they opened the set, but the Hungarian-American pair broke them back at 2-1. Nevertheless, slamming winners and a few aces, Coco’s team was successful in taking a 4-2 lead. Gauff’s serves were phenomenal in the match and they bolstered their lead by 5-2 and later closed out the match one the fourth-seeded pair, Stoller and Sanchez’s serve.
On the junior circuit, the American pair won the US Open girls doubles in the year 2018 and less than a year later, Coco Gauff and Caty McNally clinch their first professional victory.
In the singles sector, McNally usurped the Taiwanese, Hsieh Su-Wei, 6-4, 6-3, in the quarterfinals, but lost her semifinal match to Camila Giorgi. Before their final match, Coco Gauff and McNally eliminated the third-seeded pair of the tournament in the semifinals.