Born in Toronto but living in the UK since 2004, Emma Raducanu is one of the brightest prospects in British tennis. She won her first ITF 15k title in Israel, in May 2018 and also won the first post-lockdown LTA British Tour women’s title at the National Tennis Centre in July 2020. She has already been part of two Fed Cup teams and is hoping to continue her progress on the WTA Tour when it resumes. She prefers playing on hard courts and boasts a win rate of around 80% in her career to date.

Supported by the LTA Pro Scholarship Programme, the highest level of support offered to developing players aged between 16 and 24 with the best chance of reaching the ATP/WTA top 100 singles.

scheduleLast updated 22/02/2021
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Great Britain 12
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CAREER HIGH
333 09/03/2020
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Get to know Emma

  • Place of birth: Toronto
  • Lives: SE London
  • Coach: Matt James
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Forehand
  • Tennis beginnings: Started playing tennis age five
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FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Emma

  • Place of birth: Toronto
  • Lives: SE London
  • Coach: Matt James
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Forehand
  • Tennis beginnings: Started playing tennis age five

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Part of Fed Cup team for Qualifier tie in Bratislava – third team she’s been part of. Won first behind closed doors British Tour Premier event at the National Tennis Centre in July, beating Yuriko Mirazaki in the final.

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

Winning first ITF title – a $25k in Pune. 

Early Career Early Career addremove

Showed promise at an early age, winning bronze at 12U Winter European Team Tennis and winning a Tennis Europe event in each of the age groups: 11U (Bressuire), 12U (Braga) and 14U (Zoetermeer).