Us Ace Coco Gauff Sends Chris Eubanks Four-word Joke After Breakthrough Season

Tennis player Chris Eubanks reflects on his breakout year on the ATP tour, describing it as a season to remember.

Eubanks, initially ranked outside the top 100, made his way into the top 50 by the end of the year.

He achieved his first career title at the Mallorca Championships on clay, defeating Adrian Mannarino from France with a convincing score of 6-1, 6-4.

Eubanks' journey continued at the Wimbledon Championships in London, where he reached the quarterfinals. Along the way, he secured victories against Cameron Norrie and fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas.

In the quarterfinals at Wimbledon, Eubanks faced Daniil Medvedev, the eventual tournament runner-up, in a thrilling five-set match.

The 27-year-old American achieved a career-best ranking, reaching the 29th spot in the world rankings.

Eubanks earned approximately £1.1 million in prize money over the course of the year.

US Open champion Coco Gauff, the world's No. 3 ranked women's player, acknowledged Eubanks' accomplishments and praised his success on social media.

Gauff, a known friend of Eubanks, had been seen cheering for him in the stands at Wimbledon and continues to support him on the tour.

Chris Eubanks earned the nickname 'Giraffe' due to his towering height and credited support from both Gauff and Naomi Osaka for boosting his confidence and belief in his capabilities on the professional tennis circuit.

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