Cori Gauff and coach Diego Moyano are splitting after a year of working together. In his statement, coach Moyano cited his personal reasons as the reason for the split. “Thank you! After a fantastic year where we achieve many great things I have to stop working with Coco due to my personal reasons.
Thank you so much for this amazing year plenty of memories,” Moyano said. Gauff also released a statement, wishing her now ex-coach all the best. “Thanks for an incredible year on tour together and a lot of great memories with the team.
I hope you enjoy some quality time at home. As you always say, time to keep building,” Gauff announced on Twitter.
Thanks for an incredible year on tour together and a lot of great memories with the team. I hope you enjoy some quality time at home.
Gauff made an honest assessment of her game Miami
Gauff has established herself as a top-10 player and she has proven that she is definitely capable of reaching the latter stages in tournaments.
But the problem is that Gauff just hasn’t been able to figure out how to beat the best in those latter stages. After suffering a 6-4 6-0 loss to Aryna Sabalenka in the Indian Wells quarterfinal, world No 6 Gauff opened up.
“Yeah, definitely. I mean, I think right now I feel like I’m playing where my ranking is, and I don’t want to stay, you know, just inside the top 10. I want to be No. 1. So I think I have to do better when it comes to these type of matchups when I’m playing higher-ranked players or in general even players who are slightly ranked lower than me, I think I need to do better in those matchups.
I think that’s the reason why. You know, getting late into these tournaments but falling up short. I think I just need to take care of the details because the details definitely start to show when you’re playing against higher-ranked players and they know how to capitalize off that.
So I think I need to improve certain areas of my game so that it’s not so easy to capitalize off of it,” Gauff said in Miami. It remains to be seen how well can Gauff do during the clay season.