Coco Gauff is looking forward to the future after losing the French Open

French Tennis Open Coco Gauff of the U.S. she responds after missing a shot against Iga Swiatek of Poland during the final match of the French Open tennis tournament

Greatness was expected from Coco Gauff from a young age, playing - and winning - youth events. Floridian is still young, after all, reaching her first Grand Slam final at the French Open at the age of 18.

Gauff, who once did nothing during the tournament by playing card games with his parents, was the youngest to reach the French Open finals since Kim Clijsters in 2001, and has been trying to be the youngest Slam winner

This was Gauff's 11th major emerging tournament and her first trip through the quarterfinals. She has been on the radar of everyone playing tennis for a while

She won the junior title at 14-year-old Roland Garros. a player who would qualify for the Women's Championships

There has been continuous progress since - rising to No. 15 in the rankings (She is now at No. 23, but will reach No. 13 after his run in Paris), two WTA titles, 100 wins on the trip

Gauff had broken her six former rivals in the past two weeks 35 times. Facing Swiatek, Gauff handled only one break point. Often hit by early Swiatek strikes, Gauff made 23