Mistakes cost Coco Gauff to be eliminated from the next round in the French Open
New York- Coco Gauff was defeated by Martina Trevisan, 6-4, 2-6, and 5-7.
Without Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka in French Open tournament, Coco Gauff could make her mark deep in the playoffs. In the first set against Martina Trevisan, Gauff built up a 4-0 lead, but let Trevisan get back into the game. Gauff had four double faults in the game and that was one of the key factors that let Trevisan back into the game. Gauff finished the first set with a 67% winning percentage to close it out 6-4.
In the second set Gauff attempt to dig herself out of a deficit. Gauff struggled to hit Trevisan' crossshots and was getting frustrated with the outcome. Trevisan was wining her first serve at 73% and dominated the second set, 6-2.
In the last set, Gauff was killing herself with unforced errors and tried to will herself back in the game. Gauff finally calmed down and started hitting better forehand and backhand shots. Her first serve winning percentage jumped up to 57%. Trevisan did a good job with hitting crossshots that flustered Gauff. Gauff got herself back in the match winning the last two games to tie it up at five. Trevisan went on to win the set 7-5.