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Emma Raducanu

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I've no idea what Emma is doing at the moment, or even planning to do, but she's been awarded a wild card into Indian Wells which starts on 8th March.

https://tennis-infinity.com/wta/emma-raducanu-awarded-wild-card-for-indian-wells
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And so the health/injury woes continue ....

https://www.tennis365.com/wta-tour/emma-raducanu-struck-by-tonsillitis-withdraws-from-austin-event/
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https://www.tennisworldusa.org/tennis/news/WTA_Tennis/129291/emma-raducanu-receives-main-draw-wildcard-into-miami-open-/
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I didn't watch much of the match, but well done to Emma for reaching the 4th round in IW.  Could the tide at last be turning?
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A good win today against a strong Brazilian leftie as she lost her way and recovered.

Great to see all that skill coming back together. Still lots to work on though.
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Amazing really - it looked like more injury frustration before IW started. But in fact this is her best run since the USO win, and nice to beat some highly ranked players to get to the 4th round.
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Emma will be out for a few months due to having 'minor' procedures carried out on hand and ankle injuries, while her fitness coach Jez Green has started working with Sebastian Korda who also has a wrist issue.

https://tennisuptodate.com/wta/raducanu-out-for-the-next-few-months-after-minor-procedure-to-resolve-hand-injury
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https://tennishead.net/emma-raducanu-reveals-when-she-will-be-back-to-wta-tour/

Still wants to be the first woman to win Wimbledon since Virginia Wade in 1977.  Well good luck to her on that because I doubt many coaches will want to work with her now.
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https://tennishead.net/emma-raducanu-reveals-when-she-will-be-back-to-wta-tour/

Still wants to be the first woman to win Wimbledon since Virginia Wade in 1977.  Well good luck to her on that because I doubt many coaches will want to work with her now.

Being realistic I can't see that happening.
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At least she won her first match on return from injury layoff -

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/tennis/67860956
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^ Well played Emma.

A good match strategy but she must keep it going when getting close to the finish line. There was a bit of an opening left in the second set.
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