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Emma Raducanu calls time on her first full season on the WTA Tour | Tennis News

Emma Raducanu calls time on her first full season on the WTA Tour | Tennis News

Emma Raducanu has given the thumbs up in a social media post announcing that she is officially calling the time for her first full season on the WTA Tour.

A wrist injury ended his hopes of making Great Britain’s squad for next week’s Billie Jean King Cup final at

“That’s it 22! on my own road, it’s all part of this unique journey! Cheers to the first year of touring,” Raducanu tweeted.

The former US Open champion was hoping to be fit to lead Anne Keothavong’s side in Scotland.

But she admitted defeat last week, dealing a blow to the hopes of the British team in what was already a difficult task.

After winning the US Open as a qualifier last year, Raducanu’s first full professional season has been tough with an early exit in the first round of the US Open and the second round of the other three Grand Slams. She also dropped to No. 76 in the WTA rankings after breaking into the top 10 in July.

Raducanu has struggled with injuries and had a succession of changes in his coaching setup, with Dmitry Tursunov being the latest to part ways with the teenager.

However, she had notable victories over Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and Sloane Stephens, as well as the Korean Open semi-finals in Seoul.

Raducanu’s first full season on the WTA Tour

  • Sydney Tennis Classic: Last 32
  • Australian Open: Last 64
  • Guadalajara Open, Mexico: Last 32
  • Indian Wells: Last 32
  • Miami Open: Last 64
  • Stuttgart Open: quarter-finals
  • Madrid Open: Last 16
  • Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Rome: Last 64
  • French internationals: last 64
  • Rothesay Open Nottingham: Last 32
  • Wimbledon: Last 64
  • Citi Open, Washington: quarter-finals
  • Toronto: last 64 games
  • Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati: Last 16
  • US Open: Last 128
  • Portoroz, Slovenia: Last 16
  • Korea Open: semi-finals
  • AGEL Open, Ostrava: Last 32

Great Britain will face Kazakhstan, along with Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina, at the Emirates Arena on Tuesday and Paula Badosa’s Spain next Thursday.

Britain were given a wild card as hosts after losing a qualifying game to the Czech Republic.