Coco Gauff ranking after US Open 2023 rose from 6th to 3rd in the world. She earned 2,000 WTA points for winning the Grand Slam beating Aryna Sabalenka.

Gauff had a good run of form in 2023 having already won three titles before the US Open. The major championship which was held from August 28 to September 10 had Coco Gauff seeded 6th.

She was also ranked 6th in the world rankings and earned 4,595 points throughout the season. The US Open win was Coco Gauff's first major title of her career with many more to come in the future. Her ranking of No. 3 is the highest of her career and all thanks to the Grand Slam win.

The 19-year-old came close to winning the French Open in 2022 but lost in the Finals. This year, she beat the current World No. 1 Aryna Sabalenka after falling behind in the first set.

The world rankings after the US Open and other tournaments throughout the year have changed and there are many American tennis players have made the top 100.

American Female Tennis Players' Rankings

The top 10 tennis players in the United States based on the WTA rankings as of September 2023 and their current world rankings are:

  • Coco Gauff - 3
  • Jessica Pegula - 4
  • Madison Keys - 12
  • Danielle Collins - 34
  • Sloane Stephens - 38
  • Peyton Stearns - 43
  • Emma Navarro - 49
  • Sofia Kenin - 53
  • Lauren Davis - 55
  • Bernarda Pera - 59

Coco Gauff Ranking After French Open

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Coco Gauff ranking after French Open 2023 dropped from 6th to 7th in the world after losing in the quarterfinals. She earned only 430 WTA points.

Gauff was seeded 6th going into the 2023 Roland Garros and was ranked World No. 6 in the WTA rankings. She had 4,305 points before the start of the Grand Slam defending 1,300 points.

After crashing out of the quarterfinals against the would-be champion Iga Swiatek in straight sets (6-4, 6-2), Gauff was left with only 3,435 WTA points and ranked seventh in the world.

Gauff was ahead of Ons Jabeur by 764 points before the start of the major tournament and ended up trailing by 525 points after the conclusion of the French Open. As a result, Jabeur overtook Gauff to become the new World No. 6.

Coco Gauff Coaching Team

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Coco Gauff coaching team includes Pere Riba as the primary coach and Brad Gilbert as a consultant. Riba and Gilbert have been working with Gauff since 2023.

Riba and Gilbert are both former professional tennis players who have gained a wealth of experience as players before moving into a coaching role.

Coco Gauff hitting partner is Jarmere Jenkins since April 2023. Jenkins previously worked with the greatest women's tennis player Serena Williams.

Pere Riba

Riba was a tennis player himself who played professionally from 2004 to 2020. The 35-year-old Spanish player turned coach was the coach of Zheng Qinwen from 2021-2023. He was responsible for Zheng's rise from being ranked 169th to 19th in the WTA rankings and is currently ranked 22nd in 2023.

Riba did not win any career titles on the ATP Tour and has a 24-26 career record. He did reach a career-high ranking of 65 in 2011. He does have 21 titles (singles and doubles) on the lower tiers such as the ATP Challenge Tour and ITF Men's World Tennis Tour.

He still has a lot of experience as he was a seasoned player with over a decade of playing experience. His best Grand Slam result came in 2010 when he reached the quarterfinals of the Roland Garros in the doubles category.

Riba was hired by Gauff right before the Rothesay International 2023 and has been her coach since then. The duo have since won the Mubadala Citi DC Open 2023 (Washington Open WTA 500), Cincinnati Open 2023, and the most recent US Open 2023.

Brad Gilbert

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Gilbert too has had a lot of experience as both player and coach in his career. He turned professional in 1982 and played until 1995 with a 519-288 career record.

He has 20 career singles titles and reached the quarterfinals of both the US Open (1987) and Wimbledon (1990). He reached his highest world ranking of No. 4 in 1990.

Gilbert started his coaching career in 1994 and coached one of the greatest tennis players Andre Agassi. He coached the eight-time Grand Slam winner from 1994 to 2002 and helped Agassi win six of his eight titles as a coach.

Soon after parting ways with Agassi, he became the coach of power server Andy Roddick in 2003. He helped Roddick win the US Open in 2003 and reached the 2004 Wimbledon Final.

Andy Murray is another notable tennis player to have been coached by Gilbert. He coached the three-time major championship winner from 2006 to 2007.

Alex Bogdanovic, Kei Nishikori, and Sam Querrey are other players that Gilbert had taken under his wing before joining hands with Coco Gauff in August 2023.

Although he is not the primary coach, his presence has made a difference and has helped Gauff win three titles since joining the coaching team.

In addition to the two coaches and Jenkins as the hitting partner, Coco Gauff management team is TEAM8 and represents her. Tony Godsick is her agent.

How Many Titles Has Coco Gauff Won?

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Coco Gauff has won 6 WTA singles titles in her career since turning professional in 2018 including the 2023 US Open. She also has 8 WTA doubles titles.

WTA Tour Titles (Singles)Year
Linz Open2019
Emilia-Romagna Open2021
Auckland Open2023
Mubadala Citi DC Open (Washington Open)2023
Cincinnati Open2023
US Open2023

Linz Open

Coco Gauff had qualified for the main draw of the Linz Open as a lucky loser after losing in the qualifying round. The road to her first-ever single title:

First Round - Stefanie Vogele

  • 6-3, 7-6 (7-3)

Second Round - Kateryna Baindl

  • 4-6, 6-4, 2-0

Quarterfinals - Kiki Bertens

  • 7-6 (7-1), 6-4

Semifinals - Andrea Petkovic

  • 6-4, 6-4

Final - Jelena Ostapenko

  • 6-3, 1-6, 6-2

Emilia-Romagna Open

Coco Gauff was seeded 3rd for the tournament and was ranked 35th in the world at the start of the WTA 250 held in Parma, Italy.

First Round - Kaia Kanepi

  • 7-6 (8-6), 7-6 (9-7)

Second Round - Camila Giorgi

  • 6-2, 6-3

Quarterfinals - Amanda Anisimova

  • 6-3, 6-3

Semifinals - Katerina Siniakova

  • 7-5, 1-6, 6-2

Final - Wang Qiang

  • 6-1, 6-3

Auckland Open

Gauff was the No. 1 seeded player heading into the 2023 ASB Classic. She was ranked 7th in the world and started her 2023 season with the Auckland Open.

First Round - Tatjana Maria

  • 6-4, 6-1

Second Round - Sofia Kenin

  • 6-4, 6-4

Quarterfinals - Zhu Lin

  • 6-3, 6-2

Semifinals - Danka Kovinic

  • 6-0, 6-2

Final - Rebeka Masarova

  • 6-1, 6-1

Mubadala Citi DC Open (Washington Open)

The Washington Open was Gauff's second title of the year and the biggest title of her career. It was her first WTA 500 singles title. Gauff was seeded 3rd and ranked 7th in the world at the beginning of the Open.

Second Round - Hailey Baptiste

  • 6-1, 6-4

Quarterfinals - Belinda Bencic

  • 6-1, 6-2

Semifinals - Liudmila Samsonova

  • 6-3, 6-3

Final - Maria Sakkari

  • 6-2, 6-3

Cincinnati Open

Her third WTA title of 2023 came in August at the Western & Southern Open and was a WTA 1000 tournament on the tour. It was her first WTA 1000 title and also her biggest.

She headed into the tournament as seeded 7th and was still ranked No. 7 in the world rankings.

Second Round - Mayar Serif Ahmed Abdel-Aziz

  • 6-2, 6-2

Third Round - Linda Noskova

  • 6-4, 6-0

Quarterfinals - Jasmine Paolini

  • 6-3, 6-2

Semifinals - Iga Swiatek

  • 7-6 (7-2), 3-6, 6-4

Final - Karolina Muchova

  • 6-3, 6-4