Emma Raducanu, Spoke On Her Confidence To Give Her Best At Wimbledon; I am Coming back Stronger

Emma Raducanu: British Star oncident Of ‘Doing A Lot Of Good Things’ At Wimbledon-‘Just  A Matter Of when;

During an interview with Grazia magazine, Emma Raducanu boasted about her potential to challenge for the Wimbledon crown, stating that “if not this year, next year” is still a possibility. The champion of the 2021 US Open has had a difficult time maintaining his shape and fitness over the past few years. As a result, he skipped Roland-Garros in order to get ready for the grass and hard-court seasons. According to the world No. 205, she “fully backs herself” and believes that it is “just a matter of when” that she will be able to compete at SW19.
The former champion of the United States Open, Emma Raducanu, is getting ready to launch a new attack at Wimbledon, and she has stated that “it’s just a matter of when” she will leave her imprint at the tournament.
During her astonishing and shocking victory at Flushing Meadows in 2021, the British player made history by being the first qualifier in the history of the sport to ever win a major championship. She was just 18 years old at the time.

On the other hand, Raducanu has had a difficult time in the years that have passed due to injuries and her form. She has not yet been able to enjoy a deep run in her home Slam tournament, where she has not advanced past the fourth round.

Despite this, the young woman, who is 21 years old, has expressed to Grazia that she is brimming with self-assurance in preparation for her trip to the All England Club this year so that she can compete there.
“My mood is good. I am performing well on the field, I am putting in a lot of effort in my training, I am doing a lot of nice things, and I am confident that it will happen. If not this Wimbledon, the next Wimbledon,” she said.
The phrase “I fully support myself and trust myself” It’s only a matter of when really.

“I’ve been doing all the right things so I’m just looking forward to playing in front of a home crowd.”
Raducanu also confessed that it took her some time to come to terms with the consequences of her astounding performance at such a young age.
She became an inspiring figure in British tennis, being the first woman from the country to win a major since Virginia Wade in 1977.

“I didn’t really know or have any awareness that if I achieved great things, the impact it would have. I would say only in more recent years have I learned how far sport can go,” Raducanu said.
“To think that a kid would have my poster on their wall is pretty surreal. I feel like I’m playing for all those young guys, they encourage me to be the best player on the court.”
Raducanu withdrew from the French Open a day before qualifying began as she preferred to focus on developing her fitness for the grass and hard-court seasons, with Wimbledon coming up from July 1-14.


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“It’s important for me to keep laying on the foundations, and I will use the time to do a healthy block before the grass and subsequent hard-court seasons to give myself a chance to keep fit for the rest of the year,” Raducanu said.
Raducanu hasn’t featured since suffering a first-round defeat to Maria Lourdes Carle at the Madrid Open in April.
Before that, there were positive hints with wins over Angelique Kerber and Linda Noskova during a run to the Stuttgart quarter-finals.

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