Coco Gauff Opens Up About Feeling Pressure to Win at 15: "I Just Put So Much on Myself"
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When Coco Gauff beat the oldest Williams sister at Wimbledon nearly three years ago , she became more than just a tennis star - she became a household name. Though she later lost to Simona Halep in the fourth round of the tournament, at only 15 years old, headlines were proclaiming her a "tour pro" and "tennis phenom."
When she later entered matches against athletes like Naomi Osaka in the 2019 US open and Sofia Kenin in the 2020 Australian Open, however, she felt like she "had to win." And that immense pressure took a toll on her mental health, she says.
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