Coco Gauff benefiting from Roger Federer advantage at Australian Open

“She has good management as well; she’s got Tony Godsick, and Tony Godsick is the manager of Roger Federer. He’s been around the traps for a long time, he knows how manage a player, so she’s in good hands.”

Gauff takes on fellow American Sofia Kenin in a bid to reach her maiden Grand Slam quarter-final this morning.

“How good has she been? It’s a little bit intimidating, watching her,” Cahill added.

“Not only in the way she plays and how good she is on the court, but even in her press conferences. How composed she is, how well she speaks, the whole set-up.

“Obviously she’s been brought up incredibly well, with wonderful parents.