Coco Gauff to break into top 100 after reaching first WTA quarter-final

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After reaching her WTA Tour quarter-final american adolescent Coco Gauff is set to break in the worlds leading 100 for the first time.
The 15-year-old, who made a memorable run to the Wimbledon 16 in July, attained the Linz Open last eight when opponent Kateryna Kozlova retired.
Gauff has climbed to 94th at the positions, closer to automatic eligibility for the Australian Open.
She dropped in Linz qualifying but entered the main draw as a lucky loser.
After Maria Sakkaris withdrawal, when Allied Kozlova stop while monitoring Gauff conquer Swiss Stefanie Vogele on Tuesday and progressed.
Gauff, that does not turn 16 before March, is the youngest player to achieve a WTA.
The Austrian tournament is Gauff appearance since suffering a comprehensive defeat, which left her tears, by Naomi Osaka last month.
Gauff became the youngest player in the Open era to reach the Wimbledon main draw and has been given a wildcard to perform with Grand Slam in New York.
She is to be eligible automatically with all the top players going into the primary draw in Melbourne, Though most would expect her to receive a wildcard for the Australian Open.
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