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Sep/21

24

Emma Drops Richardson, Looking For New Coach

US Open champion Emma Raducanu has decided she will need a more experienced WTA Tour level coach to help her navigate her professional career as an 18 year old Grand Slam champion. Raducanu achieved sudden and shocking fortune in just her second Grand Slam main draw appearance earlier this month when she captured the US […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/21

11

Emma Edges Leylah To Win US Open

Maybe the most unlikely US Open final in history did not disappoint and in fact it delivered an unforgettable classic duel between two previously undistinguished teenagers, one ranked in the 70s, the other around 150. Emma Raducanu was a little better in all aspects and prevailed with a hard fought 64 63 triumph, her first […] Continue to read full article...

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The buzz and hype around the two teen phenoms Leylah Fernandez and Emma Raducanu reaching the finals has been a perfect storm of excitement and hysteria for the US Open and the WTA. The sport now has two new electric stars to sell and promote, two teenagers with good looks, charisma, impressive styles, magnetic presences […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/21

9

US Open New Star Emma Raducanu Emerges

Emma Raducanu: A Dynamic, New Star Has Emerged In The Tennis Universe By Mark “Scoop” Malinowski Electrifying, dazzling Grand Slam debuts are rare occurences in the intricately designed orchestra of the pro tennis hierarchy where every single point of every match has to be arduously earned the hard way.So when 18-year-old Emma Raducanu, an unknown […] Continue to read full article...

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Jul/21

3

Emma Raducanu Breaks Out

Emma Raducanu had a good not sensational ITF junior career. Her results were okay… in her last junior slam she lost first round at Wimbedon in 2019 to Martyna Kubka 60 16 57. At 2019 AO she lost first round to Himari Sato 26 57. At 2018 US Open Emma lost in QF to Clara […] Continue to read full article...

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