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Coco Gauff Makes It to US Open Women’s Singles Final With an Impressive Win

American teenager Coco Gauff did a fantastic job by beating Karolina Muchova from the Czech Republic. This win earned her a spot in the US Open Women’s Singles final for the very first time. She won with a score of 6-4, 7-5. This is a big deal for her, and she will now wait to see if she faces Aryna Sabalenka or Madison Keys in the final, who are playing their match later.

During the tournament, Gauff was ready for some protests to happen, but she didn’t let it bother her. She compared it to a weather delay, something like when it’s too hot and people feel sick.

Gauff is aiming for her first big win at a Grand Slam tournament, and she’s the youngest American woman to reach the US Open final since her role model, Serena Williams, did it back in 1999.

In the first set, Coco Gauff looked like she was on an easy path to victory. She broke Karolina Muchova’s serve twice early on and took a big lead of 5-1. But Muchova didn’t give up. She got her confidence back and started playing better. She broke Gauff’s serve, making the score 5-4, but then she made a mistake, and Gauff won the first set.

The second set didn’t start well because some people who care about the environment stopped the game for about 50 minutes. They were saying, “End fossil fuels.” One person even glued themselves to the stands! When the game continued, it was very tense. Muchova fought hard, saving a match point, and the score was 5-5. But Gauff held her serve and was ahead 6-5. Then Muchova saved four more match points but finally lost on the sixth one when she hit a bad backhand.

So, Coco Gauff won, and she’s now in the final. She’s really excited and wants to win her first big tournament.

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