Emma Raducanu hoping to ‘improve’ despite historic US Open win but Brit unsure whether she’ll play Indian Wells


EMMA RADUCANU is ‘“hungry” get bigger after her US Open triumph. 

The 18-year-old made historic earlier when she grew to turn into the primary British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title in 44 years after beating Canada’s Leylah Fernandez 6-4  6-3 in Saturday’s remaining. 

Emma Raducanu joined stars on the crimson carpet at New York’s Met GalaCredit: Getty
She became the first qualifier in history to win a Grand Slam
She grew to turn into the primary qualifier in historic earlier to win a Grand SlamCredit: Getty

Raducanu furthermore grew to turn into the primary qualifier in tennis to win a serious title and she or he did it in model after going the entire event with out dropping a single set. 

And talking to CNBC’s Closing Bell the Kent-based star stated: “I’ve a number of days’ relaxation and restoration – I think about wished after the last word seven weeks.

“But then I am straight back to training and hungry to get better and come back out and play some more tournaments.”

Raducanu celebrated her victory by going sightseeing spherical New York, displaying on US talk reveals and attending the Big Apple’s glitzy Met Gala on Monday night time. 

But she revealed she might be getting as soon as extra on the courtroom docket subsequent week.

The teen educated WTA Insider: “After the US Open I needed to give myself this week to completely change off from tennis on account of it has been an notably intense but rewarding seven weeks. 


“I know I’ll get back to work probably Monday or early next week to get back to training again. Schedule-wise, I’m not sure. Maybe Indian Wells, I don’t know. 

“I’m going as soon as extra to London earlier than my subsequent event for optimistic.”

Raducanu’s sensational victory has seen her life change earlier than her eyes after as as well as to to the trophy she picked up a staggering£1.8million cheque.

She has obtained messages of congratulations from the Queen, Prince William and PM Boris Johnson.

But seven-time Grand Slam champion John McEnroe is standing by his strategies he made with regard to {{the teenager}} when she retired from her fourth-round match at Wimbledon due to respiratory difficulties. 

History maker Emma Raducanu became the first qualifier ever to win a Grand Slam on Saturday night
History maker Emma Raducanu grew to turn into the primary qualifier ever to win a Grand Slam on Saturday night time

McEnroe was criticised on the time as he described the event as being “a little bit too much for her.” 

He educated CNN: “I attempted to relate it in a small methodology to my expertise as quickly as I first went to Wimbledon, furthermore at 18, and managed to qualify, like Emma did, and get by to the semis, 

“She did better than I did – I played Jimmy Connors, I hadn’t been on Centre Court and I remember my legs shaking, feeling totally overwhelmed by the experience and almost happy that I didn’t win.”

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