The party was a smash!
Coco Gauff celebrated her 2023 US Open victory with a private blowout bash in her hometown of Delray Beach, Fla., on Saturday night.
The 19-year-old tennis star commemorated her first Grand Slam title with her “closet inner circle” at The Ray Hotel, an insider exclusively tells Page Six on Monday.
We’re told the young athlete and about 80 guests took over the venue and partied into the wee hours of the morning.
“Coco and her friends and family were dancing and laughing all night,” the source shared, adding that “everyone was in really high spirits.”
We hear the festivities kicked off in the trendy hotel’s lobby before moving to the rooftop restaurant by Michelin-Starred chef Akira Back, Rosewater Rooftop.
“At nearly midnight, the group had a special cake brought out to commemorate Coco’s win,” the source said, adding that attendees proceeded to groove by the hotel’s rooftop pool.
Gauff wore a pink mini slip dress embellished with beaded florals and she accessorized with strappy gold heels and gold statement earrings.
A few of her friends shared photos from the celebration on social media in honor of Gauff’s huge triumph.
“My champ 💖,” Gauff’s pal and fellow tennis player Jamilah Nicole Snells wrote on Instagram along with a photos from the party.
“we ateeee❤️❤️❤️,” Gauff commented on the post, adding, “love youu 💖💖💖💖.”
Gauff’s other pal also shared photos from the exlusive soirée, captioning the Instagram post, “Good times with Good people! Congrats Coco🏆.”
The tennis champ responded, “thanks for coming pretty❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
While we’re told Gauff did not drink any alcohol beverages, there were delicious cocktails for the adults, as well as “a plethora of food.”
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The insider gushed that Gauff’s ritzy fête was an “all-evening affair” and a “fabulous night” for all.
The Florida native won the 2023 US Open Women’s Singles championship when she beat Belarusian pro Aryna Sabalenka, 25, at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, NY, on Sept 9.
“I think the three words I would [use to describe this] is ‘Dreams come true,’ and that this is crazy,” Gauff told reporters after her win.
Gauff became the youngest American US Open champion since Serena Williams won the title at age 19 in 1999.
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