Season 3 of My Tennis Life follows CoCo Vandeweghe and Mackenzie McDonald to give an inside look at what happens when the pros walk off the court as they traverse the globe in search of valuable ATP and WTA points.
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WATCH My Tennis Life: Meet CoCo Vandeweghe
Published Jan 25, 2019
CoCo Vandeweghe has had a big taste of life inside the Top 10 and will look to regain that top form in 2019. In 2017, she reached two Grand Slam semifinals, at the Australian Open and US Open, as well as the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the second time. In 2018, her doubles career really took off, culminating with her first major title at the US Open (with Ashleigh Barty).
But the 27-year-old has started the 2019 season with a ranking just outside of the Top 100 and a foot injury that forced her to miss the Australian Open. Vandeweghe will bring a ton of personality to the new season of My Tennis Life, with a passion for adrenaline-pumping activities and having a lot of fun off the court, as well as working hard on it once she gets her full health back.
This Week on Tennis Channel Plus:
WTA St. Petersburg: Starting Monday, Jan. 28 at 5 a.m. ET, catch live coverage of the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy featuring Australian Open finalist Petra Kvitova and Maria Sharapova.
WTA Hua Hin: Top seed Garbine Muguruza headlines the field from Hua Hin. Watch every match of the Thailand Open, starting Monday, Jan. 28 at 3 a.m. ET.