Emma Raducanu 'looking like Manchester United' after axing three coaches in a year

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“On the face of things, working with Emma might look like a plum job,” he admitted. “But it’s worth asking, ‘What would success look like?’ You could get her playing better and she would still go down the rankings, unless lightning strikes twice and she wins again in New York.”

The world No 12 will make her French Open debut next week, accompanied by Iain Bates, the head of women’s tennis at the LTA who has been travelling with Raducanu in the interim following her split with Beltz. But after that it’s all change for the 19-year-old, who will be defending ranking points on the pro tour for the very first time at her home Grand Slam tournament.



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