The exact amount Coco Gauff earns from her partnership with New Balance is not available in the public domain. However, according to industry estimates, she may earn close to $1 million from this deal. Renowned for her talent and charismatic appeal, Gauff has become one of the most marketable tennis athletes around.
PERSONAL INFORMATION CORI COCO GAUFF
Cori Dionne “Coco” Gauff is an American professional tennis player. She was ranked world No. 4 in singles by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), and world No. 1 in doubles, both in 2022. Gauff has won five WTA Tour singles titles, including a WTA 1000 title at the 2023 Cincinnati Masters, and eight doubles titles – five partnering Jessica Pegula and three with Caty McNally. Gauff rose to prominence with a win over former world No. 1 and seven-time major champion, Venus Williams, in the opening round of 2019 Wimbledon.
Forbes Aug 2023: $15.2 mil
– Forbes Dec 2022: ON-FIELD: $3.1 mil • OFF-FIELD: $8 mil
– wtatennis.com Dec 2022 $3,051,953 (2022 prize money)
– wtatennis.com Oct 2021: $1,436,264 YTD 2021
– Money/Forbes July 2019. Even prior to playing in 2019 Wimbledon in London, according to Forbes, Gauff made $61,101 on the court this year. After her defeat at the hands of former world No. 1 Hercog, she still earned about $223,500 between singles and mixed doubles at the tournament. But the bigger money for her may lie off the court. Gauff, the youngest player to make it to the second week of Wimbledon since 1991, has already inked endorsement deals with athletic apparel company New Balance, tennis racket manufacturer Head, and pasta maker Barilla. Gauff will make at least $1 million in retainers off these deals in 2019, according to Forbes
- Annual: R294 033 383,00
- Monthly: R24 502 781,92
- Weekly: R5 654 488,13
- Daily: R1 130 897,63