I can beat anyone: inspired by celebrities and the video, Cori Gauff in the third round of Wimbledon

LONDON: Coco Gauff, the 15-year-old student who surprised the five-time champion Venus Williams In the first round, he continued his debut in the Wimbledon dream on Wednesday when he settled down in the last 32 and said: I can beat anyone.

Gauff, ranked 313 in the world, defeated semifinalist of 2017 Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia 6-3, 6-3 in the first match played completely under the new roof of Court One.

She is the youngest player to make the third round since her American compatriot. Jennifer capriati It was until the semifinals in 1991.

I think I can beat anyone. If I do not think I can win the game, then I'm not even going to the court, he said.

Your confidence is justified.

She has not yet lost a set in the tournament after playing five games, including three in the standings.

In his two games in the main draw, he broke once and committed only 18 unforced errors.

In spite of that, Gauff insists that he will remain on the ground before his sudden fame.

She is relaxing watching YouTube videos with makeup tips while she laughs with desire for online jokes.

Your phone is busy with messages of goodwill.

Una is (14-year-old actress) Navia Robinson . My little brother actually watches one of the shows he's in.

" Storm Reid , another actor, is in a new series 'Euphoria', explained to a press body generally baffled.

Surprisingly, social networks relax me before the game. That's what I do. Not really Instagram. I only watch YouTube videos before my game. It makes me laugh.

Despite his winks to the past teenagers of every day, Gauff insists that he has a bad streak.

During qualifying, where he played in a wild card, he needed to complete a high school science test.

It's all part of her strong work ethic instilled in her by parents Corey and Candi Gauff, both successful college athletes.

They told me you have another game. The tournament is not over. Do not concentrate too much on what happened. My goal is to win, he said.

Practice is also key, even if it means driving harder and harder on the courts.

These last two weeks, when they say, the practice ends, I say let's do one more. Hit the ball harder for me.

I was telling my training partner Courtney, I need you to hit the ball harder, we need to make more rounds.

I did not know this would happen. Looking back on these few weeks, I can see how maybe that little bit of extra time definitely helped.

The next step for Gauff is a final clash of 32 against the world number 60. Polona hercog from Slovenia on Friday.