Coco Gauff is already training for 2023

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Coco Gauff is already training for 2023

One of the possible protagonists of 2023 is undoubtedly the very young US tennis player Coco Gauff: the athlete ended the season as number 7 in the standings and continues her climb. In recent years Coco has been considered one of the enfant prodigies of world tennis, she is only 18 years old and yet she now has a great deal of experience on the Tour and this year she reached her first final in a Grand Slam tournament, defeated only by the unbeatable number one Iga Swiatek.

The 2022 tennis world season ended a few days ago and tennis players are now divided between those who perform, those who go on vacation and those who are already at work in view of the new season. Coco thus became the youngest Grand Slam finalist since the Russian champion Maria Sharapova at Wimbledon 2004.

Now it's time for the tennis player to prepare for next season. The 2022 season ended badly with only defeats in the group stage of the Wta Finals. Now it's time for the tennis player to think about 2023 and the American tennis player announced yesterday that she has officially resumed training for the new season.

Coco Gauff is already training for 2023

The very young American has released the following announcement through her social channels: "First official day of the preseason and, lol, it will be really long but beautiful," a message published both on Twitter and on her Instagram account.

Gauff performed well in singles but also proved to be very competitive in doubles, she won in this competition together with the countrywoman Jessica Pegula, the tournaments in Doha, Toronto and San Diego and also reached the final at the Roland Garros.

The tennis player reached the first place in the world during the season in the doubles category, but she finished the season in fourth place. The tennis player will begin the season with the Auckland tournament which will begin on January 2, 2023. The season has just ended but there is great expectation for the return to the court.