Coco Gauff is now the youngest player to win a Women’s Tennis Association title at just 15 years old. 

The Florida native beat former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko in the Linz Open Sunday. She beat Ostapenko 6-3, 1-6, 6-2, reports HuffPost.

"I'll definitely remember this moment for the rest of my life,” Gauff told the crowd. “One of the biggest thank yous goes to you guys. Thank you for your constant support this week. It's been an amazing week and I hope to come back in the future." 

She was given a bottle of red wine, a traditional Austrian Dirndl costume and a $43,000 check for her victory. 

Before Gauff, Nicole Vaidisova of the Czech Republic held the title of youngest WTA champion when she won in 2004 at age 15 as well. 

Gauff’s WTA experience didn’t start as well as it ended, though. She failed to win the qualifier earlier in the week against Germany’s Tamara Korpatsch, but was able to enter the main draw after another player pulled out due to an injury. She took advantage of her lucky draw and went on to beat Kateryna Kozlova in the second round, world No. 8 player Kiki Bertens in the quarterfinal and, finally, Andrea Petkovic in the semifinals. 

“I’m still overwhelmed and shocked. I guess it’s crazy to say it’s my first WTA title,” Gauff told reporters. “This was definitely not on the calendar at the beginning of the year, because I didn’t think I’d have a chance to get in, and now I’m the champion, so it’s crazy. It's just literally insane that I got in as a lucky loser and now I'm the champion.”

Before the WTA, Gauff was ranked 110th, but her newest victory has secured her a 71st rank. Her newfound ranking will now guarantee her entry into four grand slam tennis events. The first of the four will be the Australian Open in January.

The tennis prodigy rose to prominence in 2018 when she beat Venus Williams at Wimbledon at just 14 years old — becoming the youngest player to reach the main draw. Her Wimbledon matches then secured her a wild card into the main draw of the 2019 U.S. Open where she had a history-making third-round match against Naomi Osaka. Gauff lost to Osaka, but the two had a heartwarming moment after the match, when the latter asked Gauff to join the post-match interview typically reserved for victors as Blavity previously reported.

Gauff is expected to make a strong return next season.