Emma Raducanu biography
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Emma Raducanu is a British professional tennis player who plays right-handed (two-handed backhand). Emma was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada to parents Ian and Renee. Her father is Romanian and her mother is Chinese. The family moved to the England when Emma was two years old.
Emma started playing tennis at the age of five. She attended Newstead Wood School, a selective grammar school in the London Borough of Bromley, where she obtained an A* in mathematics and an A in economics in her A-Levels.
- Born - 13th of November 2002 (Toronto, Canada)
- Residence - London, England, UK
- Height - 5' 7" (1.75m)
- Nationality - British
- Clothing worn - Nike
- Coach - Andrew Richardson (As at the 13th September 2021)
- Racket sponsor - Wilson
- Grand Slams won - (1) US Open 2021,
- Star sign - Scorpio
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Emma won the 2021 US Open
The latest Emma Raducanu news
21st of September 2021 - Emma has joined Tiffany & Co as a House Ambassador. This is what she said on Instagram "Very excited to join the Iconic @tiffanyandco family as a House Ambassador. Being able to wear these special jewellery pieces of over the last few weeks has been an honour emoji" click here to see picture
20th of September 2021 - Emma now has over 2 million followers on her Instagram account.
20th of September 2021 - Emma has moved up one place in the rankings to world number 22 without playing a game since winning the 2021 US Open. This is the highest she has ever been in the WTA rankings to date.
16th of September 2021 - Emma has arrived home in Bromley, Kent after spending seven weeks in the States. She posed with father Ian outside her home for photographers/media.
13th of September 2021 - Emma took to the social media platform Instagram posting a picture of herself pointing to a picture of her on a billboard in New York. Emma wrote "Sightseeing in New York followed by emojis. Never thought I would see this...coolest thing" followed by another emoji. To see the post click here
13th of September 2021 - As a result of Emma winning the 2021 US Open she has now become the new British No.1 and rocketed up the rankings to world No.23. She moved up 127 places.
11th of September 2021 - Emma has won the US Open by defeating fellow teenager Leylah Fernandez 6-4 6-3 on Arthur Ashe Stadium. Emma is the first woman is the history of the sport to win a grand slam entering the tournament as a qualifier.
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