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The miraculous journey of Cori Gauff ends in the fourth round of 2019 Wimbledon

The miraculous journey of Cori Gauff ends in the fourth round of 2019 Wimbledon

The 15-year-old Cori Gauff lost 3-6, 3-6 against the former world number one Simona Halep in the fourth round, the evening of July 8th.

The match on the Center Court witnessed the difficult start of both players. Cori Gauff made three mistakes right in the first game and lost to the game, but Halep could not keep the next game.

Gauff leads 2-1 and causes Halep to be under great pressure in the next game. The Romanian player has three double serve errors in the fourth game, but still balances the score 2-2. After that landmark game, Halep regained his confidence and overwhelmed his juniors in durable ball stages.

The next five games all saw the same score. Halep more bravely in important scores, winning two more ball-winning games and winning the first set 6-3.

Gauff started to set up two with mental sagging. The 15-year-old tennis player constantly beat and let the senior lead 2-0. Gauff won a game that saved the ball, but could not save the break-point in game six and once again fell into the trap.

Gauff defeats up to 16 times in the second set, four times Halep. The 15-year-old saved two match-points in the eighth game, but could not withstand the next game. Simona Halep delivered the ball and ended the match with a 6-3, 6-3 victory. Number seven seed will meet Zhang Shuai in the quarterfinals.

The remaining three matches of the strongest round of women's singles content have also been identified. Serena Williams met Alison Riske, who kind of seeded Ashleigh Barty. Host Johanna Konta meets Barbora Strycova, while Elina Svitolina meets Karolina Muchova.

Cori Gauff was disqualified, but the 15-year-old player will still be remembered for the fairytale journey at the tournament. Gauff is the youngest player in the Wimbledon qualifier. The American player has won six matches, including three in the main round, something no one has ever done in his first Grand Slam pitch.

Gauff earned $ 220,000 from Wimbledon this year, more than the full amount of bonuses she earned from playing. Young American talent is expected by many experts to advance in the future, and become the most rewarded player ever, surpassing Serena Williams the senior.