United States Congress honors Coco Gauff's US Open triumph

Coco Gauff received a special honor from the United States Senate for her first Grand Slam win at the US Open.

Senators Jon Ossoff, Marco Rubio, Rick Scott, and Raphael Warnock congratulated her in an official statement.

The Senators recognized Gauff's inspiring victory and her role as a sports inspiration for young girls and boys across the country.

Gauff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and currently lives in Delray Beach, Florida.

In a WTA Finals round robin match in Cancun, Iga Swiatek faced Coco Gauff, the winner of the US Open.

Swiatek won the match with a score of 6-0, 7-5, dominating the first set.

Gauff struggled in the first half-hour of the match, but she made a comeback in the second set.

Swiatek managed to recover the break and secure her victory with three consecutive game wins.

Iga Swiatek, the Roland Garros title holder, showcased her exceptional tennis skills during this match.

The match highlights emphasized Gauff's achievements and the recognition she received from the Senate, as well as Swiatek's strong performance on the court.

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