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Emma Raducanu celebrates after defeating Sara Sorribes Tormo during the Women's Singles third round match of the 2021 US Open

Emma Raducanu

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WORLD RANKING252

CAREER HIGH
11/07/2022 10

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Last updated: 27/02/2024

Emma Raducanu with the trophy after defeating Leylah Annie Fernandez at the Women's Singles final of the 2021 US Open

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SURFACE: Hard

SHOT: Forehand

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AGE21

HEIGHT175 cm

PLAYSRight-handed

BACKHANDTwo-handed

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TURNED PRO2018

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FAVOURITE

SURFACE:Hard

SHOT:Forehand

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Get to know Emma Raducanu

About

In September 2021, Emma Raducanu made history by becoming the first qualifier and youngest British player to win a Grand Slam title at the US Open. This unbelievable run saw her rise to British No.1 and inside the top-25 rankings for the first time in her career.

Earlier that year, Emma Raducanu made her Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon, where she reached the fourth round - becoming the youngest British woman to progress to the last 16 of The Championships in the Open Era.

Emma Raducanu is an ambassador for LTA Youth - the new and innovative junior programme to help more children aged 4-18 enjoy tennis.

Quick-fire facts

  • Place of birth: Toronto
  • Lives: Bromley, Kent
  • First title: Emma won the ITF $15k title in May 2018, followed by her first ITF $25k title in December 2019.

Tennis beginnings

Born in Toronto but living in the UK from the age of two, Emma first started playing tennis at the age of five and has long been regarded as one of the brightest talents in British tennis.

Tennis Career

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