Despite being 16-year-old, a lot is being expected from Coco Gauff in 2021. But the teenage sensation is slowly getting in the groove of 2021. Caty McNally is another 19-year-old and a close friend of Gauff’s. Both of them recently showed off their dance skills as they prepare for the Australian Open 2021.
Caty McNally and Coco Gauff will be seen partnering with each other at the Yarra Valley Classic, starting on the 31st of January. McNally and Gauff are a successful pairing. Despite both of them being in their teens, they were Grand Slam quarterfinalists at the Australian Open 2020.
Keeping up with the positivity, both the young Americans showed off their dance moves as they proved to be perfect partners off the court as well.
What do Coco Gauff and Caty McNally think about their partnership?
Their team is labeled as the ‘McCoco’. And last year they achieved several crucial results. They have already won two titles with each other. Last, in preparation for the Australian Open 2020, Gauff and McNally spoke highly about each other.
“I think our chemistry is really good and when one person is down we usually pick the other person back up. We know how to get each other going and we pretty much try to play the exact same way, so that helps a lot and we have the same goal,” McNally said.
Nevertheless, it is absolutely clear that Gauff and McNally love to dance, and at Australian Open 2020, they often celebrated their victories with dance.
“As long as we’re healthy we’ll continue to play doubles with each other. For both of us, I don’t think we look into numbers too much. If one of us gets top 10, we’ll still be playing doubles, no matter of the ranking because we just line competing and winning,” Gauff said.
Gauff’s singles career has taken a rocket start. Looking back at Australian Open 202o, Gauff beat Grand Slam champs in Venus Williams and Naomi Osaka. She lost to eventual champion Sofia Kenin in the fourth round. McNally is still finding her way in the singles circuit.
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