Paradise Sports Lounge, a restaurant run by Coco Gauff ’s family in Delray Beach, Florida, is closed permanently. The restaurant hosted several watch parties whenever Coco played on tennis tours.
The impact of the Coronavirus on businesses in the United States, Paradise Sports Lounge recently announced its closedown on its social media page.
They stated, “Although we tried to operate a business during these challenging times and more importantly provide stability and income to our loyal staff, we have made the ultimate decision to close. Thank you for an incredible experience and support!”
The famous restaurant closure is shocking news for the local community, who supported Coco Gauff for a long while in a place of emotions.
On the other hand, there were no comments from Coco Gauff about her family-owned restaurant shutdown.
Rising Star Coco Gauff in 2020
The 16-years-old began the fantastic season as a World No.67 at the ASB Classic in New Zealand.
Subsequently, Gauff becomes the first youngest player to beat a top-five player since 1991, after defeating defending champion Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open. She reached the fourth round of the major tournament for the second time at the same event.
Later, Coco played an exhibition tournament at the Delray Beach Open. And American dwelled nearly six months of home confinement due to tennis tours suspension.
Gauff returned to tennis circuit at the Top Seed Open in Lexington, where she lost a semifinal match to event champion and compatriot Jeniffer Brady in the straight sets.
At a stretch, 2019 Linz Open winner competed at the Western and Southern Open, New York major, Italian Open, Roland Garros and the Czech Republic.
Coco Gauff, however, is now standing 48th at the Women’s Tennis Association ranking table. Meanwhile, she reached a career-high ranking of No.47 on 26th October.