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Emma Raducanu plans to frame the Queen’s congratulations letter after US Open win and brands Her Majesty a ‘role model’

EMMA RADUCANU has revealed her plans to frame the letter she acquired from the Queen following her US Open triumph on Saturday.

The 18-year-old sensationally fired her approach to glory on her Flushing Meadows debut with a straight units victory over Leylah Fernandez in New York.

Raducanu stormed to US Open glory on Saturday eveningCredit: Rex
The Queen congratulated Raducanu on her victory
The Queen congratulated Raducanu on her victoryCredit: Getty

And amongst the plethora of congratulations messages for Raducanu was one from the Queen herself.

The teenager was bowled over by the phrases from Her Majesty and insists she is going to cherish the letter.

She stated: “It meant every thing to get a message from Her Majesty. She’s such a nice inspiration and position mannequin for the complete nation so to have a word from her.

“I was extremely honoured and very very grateful that she took notice of my tennis. I can’t believe it.

“I’m maybe going to frame that letter or something.”

The Monarch’s letter learn: “It is a outstanding achievement at such a younger age, and is a testomony to your exhausting work and dedication. 


Here is the letter the Queen sent to Raducanu
Here is the letter the Queen despatched to RaducanuCredit: www.royal.uk

“I have no doubt your outstanding performance, and that of your opponent Leylah Fernandez, will inspire the next generation of tennis players. 

“I send my warmest good wishes to you and your many supporters. “

Raducanu silenced a New York crowd that was closely cheering on Canada’s Fernandez to win 6-4 6-3.

She instructed her personal followers in a video message: “Thank you a lot for all of your assist over the final three weeks and for coming to the match day.

“I really appreciate it, it got me through some really tough moments so thank you so much and I hope to see you again here soon.”

Raducanu is the first British girl to win a Grand Slam in 44 years and the first qualifier to take house a singles title.

Amazingly, she didn’t drop a SINGLE set all match.

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