19-year-old tennis comedian Emma Raducanu has denied allegations she is too busy winning a sponsorship contract after winning last year’s US Open Grand Slam tournament.
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– Maybe you just saw me signing this and that agreement. I mean it’s quite misleading because I train five to six hours every day. I’m in the gym 12 hours every day, he shows according to The Guardian.
Criticism of Britain’s Raducanu, who is too busy forging while the iron is hot, resurfaced when he lost to Czech Katerina Siniakova (25) at the Miami Open last Thursday. In the second round of the tournament, keep that in mind. This means that Emma Raducanu won’t get the chance to hit the fast-paced hardcourt surface until the summer.
Now waiting for pebble tennis, which is foreign to shooting stars.
– If I post a message (on social media) in the car on the way to training, I suddenly feel that I am not focused on tennis. I think that’s unfair. But it’s something I’ve learned to deal with, and I’ve become less approachable when it comes to external distractions, says the British teenager – born in Canada on November 13, 2002.
He moved to England when he was two years old.
Emma Raducanu’s father is from Romania, mother is from China. He made his debut on the professional WTA tour last June. When he a few months later, in September, won the US Open at the age of 18became the first British tennis player to win a Grand Slam title since 1977 – when Virginia Wade won at home at Wimbledon.
Raducanu comes into being 4th round on the Wimbledon court last year.
Four months ago, Radacanu was named Female Athlete of the Year by the British newspaper Sunday Times. One month later, he was awarded the Sports Personality of the Year Award by the BBC. And he was awarded the British Order MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire).
Singles player Raducanu is currently ranked 13th in the world.
That success paid off in abundance. Just a week ago, he signed a sponsorship agreement with German carmaker Porsche. He had previously signed an agreement with, among other things Dior fashion houseBritish Airways and telecommunications company Vodafone.
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