Coco Gauff started her notable career by becoming the youngest player to ever reach the U.S. Open girls’ final at 13 and then, at 15, becoming the youngest-ever qualifier at Wimbledon in modern history, where she defeated Venus Williams. Now 18, Gauff is currently ranked No. 1 in doubles and No. 9 in singles and has become the youngest top 50 player in the world. Gauff channels her enormous fame toward social good, from supporting her hometown in Florida to speaking powerfully at a Black Lives Matter event. She’s a thoughtful role model, entrepreneur and fashion influencer—which was all on display with her recent appearances around the U.S. Open.