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Emma Raducanu splits from coach who guided her to shock US Open triumph

‘I need someone who has experience at the high levels’Raducanu still mulling over trip for Indian Wells eventEmma Raducanu has split from coach Andrew Richardson following her US Open triumph and is seeking an experienced mentor to help guide her through her next steps on tour.Richardson previously coached the 18-year-old at Bromley Tennis Centre and was chosen to accompany Raducanu on her US trip because of their familiarity with one another. Neither could have imagined where the partnership would lead and, despite the remarkable success it brought, Raducanu has decided she needs a coach with a WTA Tour pedigree. Continue reading...
Guardian - 24.09.2021 15:34

Rublev Rallies Past Schwartzman At Laver Cup

Diego Schwartzman put himself in strong position to narrow Team World's deficit on Friday at the Laver Cup, but Team Europe's Andrey Rublev did not allow the Argentine to finish the job. The World No. 5 rallied past Schwartzman 4-6, 6-3, 11-9 to give Team Europe a 3-0 lead, before John Isner and Denis Shapovalov earned Team World's first win in the evening's doubles match. Rublev rallied from 2/6 in the Match Tie-break to triumph after one hour and 51 minutes. "It's amazing. I know most of the people were supporting Diego, which is normal because he is from Team World. But the atmosphere tonight was amazing," Rublev said in his on-court interview. "I want to say thank you so much for coming to support your favourite players, your favourite teams. This means a lot to us." A European masterpiece.@AndreyRublev97 defeats Diego Schwartzman 4-6 6-3 11-9 to give Team Europe a 3-0 lead.#LaverCup — Laver Cup (@LaverCup) September 25, 2021 The Boston crowd was f...
ATP - 25.09.2021 04:17

Carreno Busta Beats Rune In Metz

Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta produced an impressive performance on Friday at the Moselle Open, overcoming #NextGenATP Dane Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in a high-quality match to reach the semi-finals in Metz. The second seed, who defeated Mikael Ymer in his opening match, hit with great consistency and depth against Rune, winning 77 per cent (43/56) of his first-serve points to advance in two hours and 11 minutes.[FOLLOW ACTION] The 30-year-old is making his third appearance in Metz and has enjoyed a strong season. The Tokyo Olympics bronze medallist lifted the trophy on home soil in Marbella, before capturing his first ATP 500 title on clay in Hamburg. #NextGenATP star Rune was aiming to reach his first ATP Tour semi-final, having upset fifth seed Lorenzo Sonego en route to the last eight. The 18-year-old qualifier will look to finish the season strongly as he aims to qualify for the Intesea Sanpaolo Next Gen ATP FinalsNext Gen ATP Finals in Milan. Third seed Gael Monfils ...
ATP - 24.09.2021 20:24