Emma Raducanu is a professional tennis player who is recognized as one of the most promising young talents in the sport. Originally born in Canada, her family came to England when she was two years old, and has lived there ever since. Growing up, she was actively participating in various sports and ultimately made tennis her top priority. After compiling an impressive junior career record, Emma turned pro in 2018 and quickly gained recognition through her impressive performances in various tournaments. In 2021, Raducanu had a dominant run at the US Open and defeated Leylah Fernandez to win her first Grand Slam title. With that victory and many more in the future, she has rapidly climbed the rankings and now stands as a top-rated player worldwide.
Emma Raducanu Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Emma Raducanu
- Nicknames: Emma
- Date of Birth: November 13, 2002
- Birthplace: Toronto, Canada
- Nationality: British
- Occupation: Tennis Player
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Race/ Ethnicity: Multiracial (White and Asian)
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
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Emma Raducanu Family Details:
- Father Name: Ian Raducanu (Finance Executive)
- Mother Name: Renee Raducanu (Finance Executive)
- Sibling Name: None
- Spouse Name: Unmarried
- Children Name: None
Emma Raducanu Relationships History:
- HRVY – Singer (Rumor)
Emma Raducanu Career Highlights:
- Turned Pro: 2018
- Plays: Right-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)
- First Grand Slam Title: US Open (2021)
Emma Raducanu Distinctive Features:
- Radiant face
- Toned physique
Emma Raducanu Body Measurements:
Listed below are the tennis star Emma Raducanu height, weight, shoe size, and other body measurements details.
- Build: Athletic
- Height in Feet: 5’ 9”
- Height in Centimeters: 175 cm
- Weight in Kilogram: 56 kg
- Weight in Pounds: 123 pounds
- Feet/ Shoe Size: 8 (US)
Emma Raducanu Interesting Facts:
- Her tennis idols are Li Na and Simona Halep.
- Emma holds Canadian and British citizenship.
- She was originally born in Canada and moved to England at age two.
- For her services to tennis, she was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE).
- By winning the US Open 2021, she became the first woman since 1977 to win a Grand Slam singles title.