Coco Gauff records massive increase in social media followers after historic win
- American tennis player Coco Gauff gained 114,180 Instagram followers and 32,700 followers on TikTok following her US Open winning streak.
- The surge in followers means Gauff can now earn an estimated $3,869 per sponsored post across both platforms.
- Gauff became the first American teenager since Serena Williams in 2001 to reach the US Open quarterfinals in consecutive years.
New data reveals that American tennis player Coco Gauff has gained 114,180 Instagram followers in the last 30 days, representing a 14.1% increase in Instagram followers for the nineteen year old star.
Research conducted by casino experts CasinoAlpha examined the social media statistics of Coco Gauff (@cocogauff) to establish the growth in her following.
The research findings indicate that Gauff has amassed an impressive 146,880 social media followers within the past 30 days. This surge in popularity includes a remarkable 114,180 new followers on Instagram, as well as an additional 32,700 new followers on TikTok.
Gauff’s TikTok account has received 9.6 million likes and a 14.4% increase in followers over the last month. Her Instagram follower count has also increased by 14.1%, reaching one million followers for the first time and boosting her estimated Instagram earning potential to $3,248 per sponsored post.
Coco Gauff’s match with Caroline Wozniacki was one of the most highly anticipated of the US Open tournament and her victory cemented an ongoing nine-match winning streak for the American teenager, This makes Gauff the first American teenager since Serena Williams in 2001 to reach the US Open quarterfinals in consecutive years.
A spokesperson at CasinoAlpha commented on the findings:
“Coco Gauff’s remarkable victory against former world number one Caroline Wozniacki at the US Open was nothing short of awe-inspiring. Since her remarkable breakthrough at Wimbledon earlier this year, this young prodigy has been captivating audiences and making waves in the tennis world. Her bid for a grand slam title is sure to earn her even more followers and fans.”