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 May 2018, followed by her first ITF $25k title in December 2019. In Juniors she reached back-to-back quarter finals of Wimbledon and US Open in 2018. Emma won her first Junior ITF title the week she became 13, the earliest age allowed to compete.

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 26/07/2021
GB RANKING
Great Britain 5
WORLD RANKING
186 2 arrow_drop_down
CAREER HIGH
179 12/07/2021
FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Emma

  • Place of birth: Toronto
  • Lives: Bromley, Kent
  • Coach: Nigel Sears
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Forehand
  • Tennis beginnings: Started playing tennis age five

 

GB RANKING
Great Britain -- Not ranked
WORLD RANKING
-- Not ranked
CAREER HIGH
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FED CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Emma

  • Place of birth: Toronto
  • Lives: Bromley, Kent
  • Coach: Nigel Sears
  • Favourite surface: Hard
  • Favourite shot: Forehand
  • Tennis beginnings: Started playing tennis age five

 

2021 2021 addremove

Was beaten by Harriet Dart in the opening round of the Viking Open Nottingham, but reached the quarter-finals of the Nottingham Trophy. 

Was handed a wildcard to The Championships women's singles draw and made her debut at SW19. Made history by becoming the youngest British woman in the Open Era to reach the last 16 of Wimbledon.

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Was part of Britain's Billie Jean King Cup team who travelled to play Slovakia in Bratislava in February.

Reached the final of a $25k ITF event in Sunderland in February and then later in the year won the St George's Hill UK Pro Series Classic and Premier British Tour summer and winter titles.

Competed in the Battle of the Brits Premier League of Tennis in December and beat fellow Brits Eden Silva and Katy Dunne in straight sets, before eventually losing in three sets to British No.2 Heather Watson.

Career Highlights Career Highlights addremove

  • Was part of the winning Bulldogs team in the Battle of the Brits in August of 2020.
  • Made her Wimbledon main draw debut in 2021.
  • Becoming the youngest British woman in the Open Era to reach the last 16 of Wimbledon.

Early Career Early Career addremove

Showed promise at an early age, finishing third in Orange Bowl 14U category, and fifth in the 12U category.

Won a Bronze Medal at the 12U Winter European Cup and won a Tennis Europe event in each of the following age groups: 11U (Bressuire), 12U (Braga) and 14U (Zoetermeer). 

Won UK National Champion titles at 9U, 12U and 16U.

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