Wimbledon 2019: Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff hopes Beyonce is watching

first_img“The most unexpected message I received wasn’t really a message,” she said. “Miss Tina Knowles, Beyonce’s mom, posted me on Instagram. I was like screaming.”I don’t know, I hope Beyonce saw that. I hope she told her daughter about me because I would love to go to a concert.”USA’s golden girl #Wimbledon | @CocoGauff pic.twitter.com/AmEp6xV1gt— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 5, 2019Gauff, clearly already supremely confident on the big stage, was keen to push her other music interests, too.She encouraged reporters to download Jaden Smith’s new album before a single question had been asked, while she suggested her prize money would be going on his clothing line.”Okay, cool. That’s cool,” she grinned after being informed she had earned $200,000. “I can’t buy a car because I can’t drive. Cori ‘Coco’ Gauff thrills at Wimbledon with remarkable comeback Cori “Coco” Gauff hoped Beyonce was watching her progress as she lit up Wimbledon again on Centre Court.The 15-year-old became the youngest All England Club qualifier of the Open Era, then beat idol Venus Williams and is now into round four after seeing off Polona Hercog with a stunning fightback Friday. “I don’t know. I hate spending money, to be honest. I don’t really know. Maybe I’m going to buy some more MSFTSrep, which is Jaden’s line, buy some hoodies from that.”Asked if she was happier to win or listen to Smith’s new album, Gauff amusingly replied: “Both. I was super happy that his album came out because it’s been long-anticipated, at least for me.” Gauff’s profile is growing by the day and she has maintained a belief she can win the whole tournament, yet pop superstar Beyonce would still have her feeling starstruck.The American star revealed an Instagram post from Beyonce’s mother was her favorite message of the week so far. Related Newslast_img


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