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Coco Gauff’s WTA Finals Bid Ends in Defeat to Jessica Pegula

Coco Gauff’s quest for a historic WTA Finals title was thwarted by fellow American Jessica Pegula in a resounding semifinal defeat, setting the stage for an electrifying final showdown in Cancún, Mexico.

Coco Gauff’s ambitious pursuit to become the first teenager since 2004 to claim the WTA Finals title encountered a formidable roadblock in the form of fellow American and doubles partner Jessica Pegula, resulting in a resounding defeat in the semifinals.

Pegula, seeded fifth in the tournament, delivered an extraordinary performance, requiring just one hour to secure a dominant 6-2, 6-1 victory over the 19-year-old US Open champion.

Her impressive display of skill and determination earned her a spot in the final, where she will face either world No. 1 Aryna Sabalenka or second seed Iga Świątek, whose semifinal match was postponed due to inclement weather and rescheduled for Sunday.

Coco Gauff’s journey in the WTA Finals may have come to an end, but her remarkable achievements earlier this year in winning the US Open are a testament to her undeniable talent and potential.

Jessica Pegula’s impressive victory against Gauff positions her for an intense showdown in the final, and tennis enthusiasts eagerly await the outcome of the postponed semifinal match and the ensuing championship battle in Cancún, Mexico.

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