Is CoCo Vandeweghe married? No, she isn’t. Her relationship and marital status reflect her to be single and don’t have a boyfriend so far. Because of her unrevealed and undefined relationship status, CoCo was rumored to be a lesbian in the past which was later known to be false. When it comes to revealing the personal concerns, she maintains a tight lip. Let’s explore in detail about Vandeweghe biography below:
Who is CoCo Vandeweghe?
CoCo AKA Colleen is an American professional tennis player who came into limelight after being the Junior US Open champion at the age of 16. In her sports achievement list, she has made two WTA titles in her name held at the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships in Den Bosch. She reached the semifinal at the Australian Open and US Open in 2017 and was the quarterfinalist at Wimbledon for two times in 2016 and 2017. In addition to playing single, she is predominantly champing at doubles. To reach the semifinals of the US Open, she partnered with Martina Hingis in 2016. Her performance made her reached at No. 18 ranking in the world.
Early Life and Education
The American tennis athlete was born on December 6, 1991, in New York City, the United States. CoCo Vandeweghe is the daughter of Tauna Vandeweghe (mother) and her then-husband Robert Mullarkey (father). Her mother is best known for being a 1976 Olympic swimmer. Talking more about her family members, Colleen’s grandmother is 1952 Miss America Colleen Kay Hutchins and her grandfather Ernie Vandeweghe is well-recognized for being the former New York Knicks basketball player.
Likewise, her uncle Kiki Vandeweghe (Tauna Vandeweghe’s brother) is a popular basketball player. Similarly, her grandmother’s brother named Mel Hutchins was also an established NBA player. The family background from the sports let her develop passion and interest in sports from a very young age.
CoCo used to play tennis with her elder brother Beau when she reached eleven. Tennis wasn’t her choice as she tried to perform in basketball and wrestling but couldn’t grab the expected results. In April 2008, she turned pro. She is one of those athletes who love to spent her off-time with her family at the beach. She describes herself as a “total California girl.”
Career and Professional Life
Vandeweghe was first coached by Guy Fritz who is popular as the father to Taylor Fritz. She made a big achievement in 2008 by reaching singles final of the USTA Girls 18s national championship. She loses to Gail Brodsky, however, won the doubles event with Jamie Hampton. She was able to grab the opportunity to be in the US Open by earning the wildcards into the main draws of the singles and doubles events. From her amazing performance, she reached the ranking of No. 15 in the world as a junior.
At the 2006 Acura Classic, she made her WTA debut where she loses to Kateryna Bondarenko in the first round. After a year, she participated there again with a wildcard but was again unable to make impressive performances and lost the match in the first round. She competed in her first Premier tournament at Miami in 2008 where she was defeated by Sabine Lisicki in the first round.
The Hong Kong Tennis Patrons’ Association offered her an invitation in 2009 to play the JB Group Classic exhibition tournament in January with Argentine Gisela Dulko and Venus Williams. In 2010, she earned a wildcard to make the journey to the Australian Open but was defeated in the first round. CoCo came through the qualifying rounds in 2011 at the Australian Open. That year, she reached the quarterfinals at the Memphis Indoor Tennis Championships. Later, she defeated world No. 56 Alberta Brianti in the main draw of a Grand Slam at the US Open, in the first round. Since then, she has been in numerous competitions and her ranking has been fluctuating frequently.
She also played for the seven seasons for the World TeamTennis pro league. In 2016, she became the wildcard player for the Philadelphia Freedoms. She has also been the part of Orange County Breakers, Sacramento Capitals and the Boston Lobsters. At the 2017 Hopman Cup and Fed Cup, CoCo represented the United States. She made the U.S. won the Fed Cup by winning all the eight matches she played.
Vandeweghe currently resides in the Rancho Santa Fe, California. She has some differences with her father and hasn’t spoken to him since she was 16. Even, she adopted her mother’s maiden name. People wonder about her romantic life and are curious to know about her husband if she is married. Currently, she is single and has fully dedicated her time to her athletic career. Once a rumor was viral stating that CoCo was a lesbian which later was said to be false. We can say that the professional tennis player is in love with Tennis itself. We can hope that Vandeweghe would find a perfect partner as her husband in the near future.
Moving to her body measurements, CoCo has a height of 6 feet and 1 inch which makes her tall and weighs about 70 kilograms. With an inverted triangle shaped body structure, she measures 35-26-35 inches which means her breast, waist and hips measure 35, 26 and 35 inches respectively. Regarding her bra size, feet size and dress size, she needs 34B, 9 and 6 respectively as per the U.S. measurements.
Salary and Net worth
One of the most paid female athletes CoCo has a monthly salary of 447,900 USD as per some wiki sites. She has an estimated net worth of 1,824,908 USD which she has garnered from her professional tennis career. These data are of estimated value and still, the official disclosed value is yet to come.
Wiki and Facts
Most of the popular wiki websites including Wikipedia have provided CoCo Vandeweghe bio. As of 2020, she is at the age of 29 considering her date of birth i.e. December 6, 1991. Join her on Twitter @cocovandey where she has amassed more than 64k followers and her Instagram profile available @cocovandey where she has over 69k followers. For any business inquiries, you can contact CoCo on her business email address, [email protected]