Most 15-year-olds have not worked a day in their life. But Coco Gauff is not like most 15-year-olds.
In fact, it’s the most spoken 15-year-old on the planet right now.
The American prodigy stunned the tennis world when he shocked defending champion Naomi Osaka on Friday night.
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Now take on the fourteenth seed Sofia Kenin for her first appearance in the Grand Slam quarterfinals.
Gauff is ready for the biggest payday of his career, regardless of what is happening today. The teenager will raise $ 300,000 if he loses. This will jump to $ 525,000 if it continues its phenomenal run.
Now a major sports marketing expert believes that Gauff will earn nearly $ 40 million in endormesment agreements before he reaches 20.
Rob Mills, CEO of Turnstile Sport, says women’s tennis claims that Gauff’s rise to stardom came at the perfect time for a woman, following the explosion of women’s sport in the past year.
“We are very confident about you,” said Mills UK paper The Telegraph.
“He’s obviously young and you have to see that consistency coming, but if you look at the Osaka offers, we’re in the 8.5 million US territory. He’ll be very quickly in that range very plausibly in the next 12-24 months. This is only the sports brand category. “
“THE MOST TALENTED TIE ROD IN THE LAST 10 YEARS”
It is the day after the night before.
And everyone is still talking about Nick Kyrgios, including one of the biggest names in the game.
American legend John McEnroe trained him in the Laver Cup and has always been a huge fan of the polarizing Australian.
“I think he’s the most talented guy in the past 10 years in terms of tennis skills,” said McEnroe on Sunday.
“You have to compress it with mental strength, strength and will, competition, will and you have to train.
“The game is fast. I know we weren’t enough dinosaurs when I played, they’re hitting the ball tremendously. They have the technology with the ropes and the rackets and they are going there, so you have to be fast.
“He needs all three and he’s getting there. It would be unbelievable for tennis if it continued like this.”
Ash Barty, number one in the world, hopes to be able to remember Australia Day while he is the protagonist of a successful film of the fourth round at the Australian Open.
Queenslander begins the night session on the Rod Laver Arena against America Alison Riske, who kicked her out of Wimbledon last year.
A rematch of her 2019 Australian Open quarter-final could be among the cards with the woman who beat her last year, the Czech suit n. 7 Petra Kvitova, kicking off the daytime session against the Greek Maria Sakkari.
Then he is the favorite of the men’s tournament Novak Djokovic on the central field while facing the Argentine Diego Schwartzman.
Roger Federer returns after Friday’s five-set tie-break thriller against John Millman with what he hopes is an easier match against Hungarian Marton Fucsovics.
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Federer and Fucsovics also met in the fourth round of the Australian Open 2018, with the Swiss star winning in series on the road to claim the title.
The teenage sensation Coco Gauff faces another young American gun in the afternoon when the fifteen year old fights against the fourteenth seed Sofia Kenin, while the woman who has stunned Serena Williams is also in action while the twenty-seventh Qiang Wang fights against Ons Jabeur of Tunisia.
Former Open semi-finalist Milos Raonic faces 2018 finalist Marin Cilic during the daytime session.
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AUSTRALIAN OPEN DAY GAME ORDER 7
Rod Laver Arena
Not before 12:00 – Maria Sakkari (GRE)  vs Petra Kvitova (CZE) 
Not before 14:00 – Diego Schwartzman (ARG)  vs Novak Djokovic (SRB) 
Night session (from 19:00)
Ash Barty (AUS)  vs Alison Riske (USA) 
Marton Fucsovics (HUN) vs Roger Federer (SUI) 
Margaret Court Arena
Not before 13:00 – Milos Raonic (CAN)  vs Marin Cilic (CRO)
Ons Jabeur (TUN) vs Qiang Wang (CHN) 
Not before 14:30 – Coco Gauff (USA) vs Sofia Kenin (USA) 
Not before 16:00 – Tennys Sandgren (USA) vs Fabio Fognini (ITA)