Gauff and Pegula have formed a formidable team in doubles and are currently ranked at World No. 2 in the WTA Ranking. The pair have won five WTA titles together and have reached one Grand Slam final.
19-year-old Gauff has also achieved a lot of success in singles as of late, winning the WTA 500 DC Open and the WTA 1000 Cincinnati Open over the summer before lifting her first ever Grand Slam trophy at the 2023 US Open. Meanwhile, Pegula won the WTA 1000 Canadian Open in August.
Sharapova: I’m playing pickleball. And not just any pickleball, I am playing with John McEnroe against Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi,”
Gauff and Pegula join the likes of Swiatek and Rybakina
Gauff and Pegula teamed up a few years ago and most recently competed together at this year's US Open, where they were seeded third and made it to the quarter-final.
They will join the likes of World No. 1 in singles Iga Swiatek, four-time Grand Slam champion Iga Swiatek, and 2022 Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina, who have all qualified in singles.
Gauff has also confirmed her place in the singles match after her summer of success. Pegula, who is currently ranked World No. 4, is also aiming for qualification at this event.
The tournament will be held from October 29 - November 5.