Barbora Krejcikova made history by defeating the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 players in the WTA rankings in Dubai, a first in WTA history.
Coco Gauff secured her first WTA 500 title in Washington D.C. and her first WTA 1000 title in Cincinnati, setting the stage for the US Open.
Gauff went on to win the US Open, becoming the first American teenager, male or female, to achieve this feat in the 21st century.
Gauff joins an exclusive list of American teenagers to win the US Open, alongside Tracy Austin, Pete Sampras, and Serena Williams.
Tracy Austin was the youngest at 16 in 1979, followed by Serena Williams at 17 in 1999, Coco Gauff at 19 in 2023, and Pete Sampras at 19 in 1990.
Gauff's seven wins at the US Open extended her winning streak to 12 matches, later reaching 16, the longest on the women's tour in 2023.
Gauff's earlier five wins in Cincinnati contributed to her impressive winning streak leading up to the US Open.
Currently ranked No. 3, Gauff is the sole teenager in the WTA Top 40, highlighting her remarkable standing in women's tennis.
Gauff's winning streak came to an end in the semifinals of the WTA 1000 event in Beijing when Iga Swiatek snapped it.
Stay tuned for tomorrow's reveal of the No. 3 Stat of the Year as we continue to celebrate remarkable achievements in women's tennis.