Emma Raducanu Exits Early in Linz

Emma Raducanu Exits Early in Linz Photo: TT
Emma Raducanu reacts as she plays against Wang Xinyu during their women's singles match of the WTA Upper Austria Ladies tennis tournament in Linz, Austria, Nov 10, 2021

US Open Champion Emma Raducanu suffers another early defeat in the second round in Linz Event against Wang Xinyu 6-1, 6-7 (7), 7-5.

The 18-year-old instant superstar may have stunned the hearts of many during the US Open, but this time, the luck might have turned especially when she has to part ways with her coach after the US Open.

The top-seed Raducanu had announced that she will be under the mentorship of Torben Beltz to train and hone her skills in tennis.

As of now, Raducanu had reached the Top 20 teams. However, she has been dealing with a lot of pressure from tennis fans since she became the US Open champion. Even from the beginning of the match, Raducanu was seen struggling against the 20-year-old Chinese player.

Since Raducanu had no coach since she had no coach since the US Open,m her performance went downhill, causing her to exit early during the tournament. On the other hand, Belts had handled former world number 1 Angelique Kerber and Croatia’s Donna Vekic.

Now that Raducanu has a coach now, her performance might be improving in the coming WTA tournaments, specifically in the Australia Open.

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