The young tennis player Coco Gauff stood up with what happened to black people
in the United States especially after the death of George Floyd.
For that, Coco Gauff mentioned that She’s sad for what happened.
I think it’s sad that I’m here protesting the same thing that (my grandmother) did 50-plus years ago,”
“So I’m here to tell you guys that we must first love each other no matter what. We must have the tough conversations with my friends.”
“I’ve been spending all week having tough conversations, trying to educate my non-black friends on how they can help the movement.
Moreover, Coco Gauff revealed that her grandmother did the same before 50 years ago and She’s still doing it today.
“This is about Trayvon Martin. and about Eric Garner. This is about Breonna Taylor.”
“Yeah, This is about stuff that’s been happening. I was 8 years old when Trayvon Martin was killed
“So why am I here at 16 still demanding change?”
“It breaks my heart because I’m fighting for the future of my brothers. I’m fighting for the future of my future kids.”
“I’m fighting for the future of my future grandchildren.”Coco Gauff stuns the world with about the Black Lives Matter ‘Why Now?’ Embed from Getty Images
Besides that, Mouratoglou appreciated Coco Gauff in her efforts to fight racial in the United States.
“She is unique. There aren’t two Coco’s At 16, having a personality like this.”
“I think she understood the power of the platform she has and she uses it to defend causes that are important.“
“But she goes even beyond that, because to do that speech is next level.”