Coco Gauff Overpower By Caroline Garcia

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To a large extent, throughout her U.S. Open run, Coco Gauff was able to harness the support of the enthusiastic crowd at the world's most famous tennis venue, Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Gauff lost to Carolina Garcia in straight sets in her first Slam quarterfinal, and the fans were never able to get behind her despite late chants of "Let's go, Coco."

The No. 17 seed Garcia, who was the top player on the women's tour coming into the Open, raced out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back, defeating the No. 12 seed Gauff in straight sets,

6-3, 6-4, in 1 hour and 37 minutes. ESPN commentator Patrick McEnroe noted after Gauff's match that the audience "is just yearning for a reason to get into this, but they need a reason."

Gauff, 19, is the youngest American woman to reach the U.S. Open quarterfinals since 2009. At age 18, Gauff had already beaten Garcia, at age 28, twice this year, but that was before the French woman

discovered her groove. She won the championship at the Western & Southern Open outside Cincinnati after beating three top-10 players and extending her winning streak to 13 matches.

Double French Open winner Caroline Garcia has won 29 of her last 33 matches. While Gauff will end 2022 having reached the final of the French Open and the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open,

Garcia will be playing in her first major semifinal on Thursday night, and she will be taking on No. 5 Ons Jabeur, the runner-up at Wimbledon. After Ajla Tomljanovic had ended Serena Williams'

career on Friday night Jabeur came out on top in a rematch winning 6-4 and 7-6(4). Garcia who is currently 0-2, stated on court I'm looking forward to the next challenge and seeing what I can improve

Gauff will get $445,000 for making the quarterfinals, and Garcia will still have a shot at the $2.6 million prize. An additional $1.3 million is awarded to the person who comes in second place.

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