Jessica Beats Coco Gauff At Wta Finals

Jessica Pegula defeated Coco Gauff at the WTA Finals, reaching the title match for the first time.

Pegula won six consecutive games to secure the first set and a 2-0 lead in the second.

This was the first time two American women faced off in the WTA Finals' final four since 2002.

A doubles match between Pegula and Gauff was canceled due to rain.

Another singles semifinal match between Aryna Sabalenka and Iga Swiatek was also halted because of the weather.

Pegula hasn't dropped a set at the tournament and is the first to do so since Serena Williams in 2012.

The match was delayed by rain and interrupted twice in the second set, affecting play due to shifting winds.

Coco Gauff acknowledged that Pegula's experience in such conditions played a role in her victory.

The organizers waited for nearly two hours before postponing the matches to the following day.

Despite the challenges, Pegula's strong performance has positioned her as a top player in women's tennis.

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