Emma Raducanu still needs wildcard for next two tournaments despite insane US Open title

“I’m not even thinking about, like, when I’m going home. I have no idea when I’m going home. I have no idea what I’m doing tomorrow. I’m just really trying to embrace the moment, really take it all in.”

The teenager may also have her eyes set on competing in the season-ending WTA Elite Trophy in November.

But that month will also see Raducanu play in her first match on home soil when she takes to the court in the Champions Tennis at Royal Albert Hall.

She was added to the star-studded list of competitors last month and will play alongside the likes of Thomas Enqvist, Goran Ivanisevic and Greg Rusedski.


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