Emma Raducanu Still Adjusting to Tour Life
US Open winner Emma Raducanu is still adjusting to tour life. After her disappointing loss in the Transylvania Open, she promised to come back as a stronger player. However, Marta Kostyuk of Ukraine defeated her in straight sets, 6-2 6-1, that lasted less than an hour.
During the match, Raducanu made 41 unforced errors. According to pay per head sportsbook reports, she was not feeling 100 percent physically. Also, she was lethargic and tired. She knew she was not a hundred percent when she woke up and during practice.
Raducanu went out on the court and tried her best. However, she wished her performance was better. Unfortunately, she can’t get it going during the match. She knew she disappointed her fans, but she wanted to move on. Bookie pay per head sources expect her to come back stronger in the next tournament.
Emma Raducanu Still Adjusting to Tour Schedules
Raducanu amazingly won the Flushing Meadows title in September as a qualifier. After the significant event, she stated that she would no longer work with previous Davis Cup player Andrew Richardson. She is searching for a new coach.
The reigning US Open champ won her first two matches this week. Also, she will play her last even of the season at the Upper Austria Ladies Linz. Raducanu said that she learned a lot in the six months on tour. However, although she’s adapting to the fast-paced tour life, it took a toll on her body.
Thus, she wants to take a week off to reset physically and mentally. Then, she hopes to be fresh for the preseason.
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