Date of Birth – 13 November 2002
Nationality – British
Role – Right-handed, Two-handed Backhand (all-court player)
Coach – Andrew Richardson
Current Ranking – No. 150
Highest Ranking – No. 150 (23 August 2021)
Career Earnings – US$303,376
Win/Loss – 64-22
ATP Titles – 0
Grand Slams – 0
Best Grand Slam Results
Wimbledon – Fourth Round (2021)
US Open – Semi-final* (2021)
Turning professional at the age of 16, Emma Raducanu had to wait three years before making her WTA and Grand Slam debuts in 2021.
The young Brit made her WTA debut at the 2021 Nottingham Open but lost her opening match to compatriot Harriet Dart. Her next appearance was a wildcard entry at the 2021 Wimbledon where she had a promising stint before retiring from her fourth-round match. In reaching the fourth round, Raducanu became the youngest British woman to reach the last 16 in the Open Era.
Following her impressive Wimbledon show, Raducanu went on to reach the finals of the WTA 125 tournament in Chicago where she lost in the finals, but her promising performances saw her reach a career high ranking of 150.
Nike – The young Brit has an apparel and footwear sponsorship deal with American sportswear giant Nike. As part of her sponsorship, Raducanu sports Nike jerseys and shoes on court and advertises the brand’s products on her social media channels.
Wilson – Raducanu has a sponsorship deal with Wilson which sees the Brit currently use the Wilson Blade 98 racquet on court.