Emma Radocano makes the impossible possible at the US Open

September 12, 2021 by archyde

At just 18-years-old, Britain’s Emma Raducano won the title The US Open tennis tournament, by defeating Canada’s Laila Annie Fernandez in the final, in two sets without a response.

The British ranked 150th in the world managed to win the first set 6-4, and despite her injury, she managed to achieve the second set 6-3 to achieve the miracle.

The miracle of 2021 was injured Her left knee left her leg with blood and prompted her to seek medical attention in the second set, but that didn’t stop her from beating Fernandez, the player who had knocked out Japanese defending champion Naomi Osaka.

Emma won the title in her first participation in the US Open, which means the beginning of her career in the tournament from the qualifiers and became The first player in the history of the Grand Slam to start the career from the qualifiers, and achieve the title.

born player In Canada, of a Romanian father and a Chinese mother, who lives in England, she has not dropped a set in the entire US Open and has become the first Briton or Briton to win a Grand Slam title since Andy Murray won in 2016.

Emma is the first British woman to win the US Open since Virginia Wade in 1968, which is 53 years ago, and is the second lowest-ranked player in the modern era to win the title after Belgium’s Kim Clijsters, who won the title in 2009.

The British woman won 20 sets out of 20 at the US Open, becoming the first woman to win the title without losing a set since Serena Williams in 2014 and the youngest to win the tournament since Serena in 1999.

Emma received a prize of 2,500,000 dollars, while Fernandez received 1,250,000 dollars.

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Natasha Kumar

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