Coco Gauff, a Rolex Testimonee, emerged victorious in the 2023 US Open women’s singles championship, securing her first Grand Slam title and becoming the youngest American player to win the tournament since 1999. Gauff’s impressive performance propelled her to a career-high ranking of World No. 3. The US Open, one of the oldest tennis championships, provided an electrifying atmosphere that fueled Gauff’s success throughout the tournament, climaxing with her thrilling comeback victory in the final. As the Official Timekeeper of the tournament since 2018, Rolex’s partnership with the US Open exemplifies their commitment to supporting young talents and iconic athletes in their pursuit of excellence. Gauff’s unwavering determination and composure allowed her to overcome her formidable opponent and clinch the historic victory with a stunning backhand winner. The immense support from the passionate crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium elevated the triumph, and Gauff celebrated with both tears of joy and a heart sign directed towards her fans. Winning a Grand Slam title on home soil at such a young age showcases Gauff’s remarkable dedication and spirit. Before lifting the coveted trophy, Gauff shared an emotional moment with her parents, who had taken her to the US Open as a child to watch her tennis idols. Gauff joins a prestigious list of Rolex Testimonees who have triumphed in New York, solidifying her place among tennis legends. Although champions cannot keep the original trophy, they receive a replica of the same size. While Gauff claimed the spotlight this year, other members of the Rolex family, including Carlos Alcaraz, Qinwen Zheng, Taylor Fritz, and Caroline Wozniacki, delivered impressive performances throughout the tournament. Gauff’s journey to success has always been destined, capturing the world’s attention since her historic debut at Wimbledon in 2019. Her triumph at the 2023 US Open marks a fitting conclusion to the Grand Slam season and adds another unforgettable chapter to the tournament’s storied history. The tennis world now shifts its focus to upcoming team competitions such as the Davis Cup and the Laver Cup, in which Rolex is a Founding Partner and Official Timekeeper.