During the last Wimbledon, Emma Raducanu made an impression. Youngest British player to reach the round of 16 at the London Grand Slam, she was also worried with this abandonment for respiratory problems. But those worries are now behind her as the 18-year-old made her first Tour final at the Chicago Challenger last week. And despite the loss against Clara Tauson, Raducanu made her entry into the top 150. Engaged for the US Open qualifiers, the Briton confided in her progress. It also started perfectly this Wednesday against Bibiane Schoofs, 6-1, 6-2.
“I think Wimbledon has been an extremely positive experience. I learned so much about my game, and what it takes to perform with the best. It showed me how much I still have to work out physically. Haven’t worked much compared to those other girls who’ve been on the tour for 10 years. Playing at this intensity for several weeks was new to me. Since then, I’ve been trying to be stronger and more enduring. I have acclimated well to the climate now, I feel in good physical shape. “
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