Coco Gauff leads a super ambitious USA tennis team, for Paris Olympics

The American team will arrive at the Olympic tournament with all its superstars; a truly complete roaster

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Coco Gauff leads a super ambitious USA tennis team, for Paris Olympics
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Coco Gauff will lead a stellar team at the Paris Olympic Games. The tournament, which will be played on the clay-courts of the Roland Garros Stadium, will have a mix of talent and experience in the American team, with ambitions in all specialties.
The four American tennis players who will be present in the women's singles will be the 2023 US Open champion Gauff who will be joined by Jessica Pegula, Danielle Collins and Emma Navarro. Out Madison Keys.

The men's team will consist of Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul, Christopher Eubanks and Marcos Giron. Fritz is the highest ranked American as he is ATP No.12 and is followed closely by Paul at No. 13. Eubanks is 44th and Giron 53rd. As announced some time ago, Ben Shelton will not be part of the Olympic expedition. Also absent are Sebastian Korda and Frances Tiafoe.

Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff
Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff© Mike Hewitt / Staff Getty Images Sport

Coco Gauff will not only play in the singles but will also compete in the Olympic doubles tournament in which she will partner with Jessica Pegula. The other US doubles match will see Danielle Collins on the court who is in her best season) which will also be the last seen of her (the reiterated intention to retire at the end) with Desirae Krawczyk.

In the men's doubles there will be the pair of Taylor Fritz and Tommy Paul. But it won't be the only double as there will also be the veteran Rajeev Ram who will team up with Austin Krajicek. The USTA has confirmed that the US mixed doubles team will also be announced soon.

We remind you that the Olympic tennis tournament will begin on Saturday 27 July with the finals on 3 and 4 August and will be played on the clay of the second annual Slam tournament.

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