Emma Raducanu is a British professional tennis player born on November 13, 2002, in Toronto, Canada but raised in London.
She started her career at a very young age and made her WTA Tour debut in June 2021. With a wildcard entry at Wimbledon, ranked outside the top 300, she reached the fourth round in her first major tournament.
At the 2021 US Open, Emma Raducanu became the first singles qualifier in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam title, beating Leylah Fernandez in the final without dropping a set in the tournament.
In November 2021, she was named Sportswoman of the Year by the Sunday Times and also Sportswoman of the Year as well as the Peter Wilson Trophy for international newcomer in December 2021, awarded by the Sports Journalists Association.
In December 2021, Emma Raducanu was named the BBC Sports Personality of the Year, becoming the first female tennis player to win the trophy since Virginia Wade in 1977.
She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2022 New Year Honours for her contribution to tennis. Emma Raducanu is set to return to the tour at the Auckland Open and the Australian Open in January this year (2023).
Emma Raducanu Age
She was born on November 13, 2002, in Toronto, Canada. She celebrated her 20th birthday on Sunday, November 13, 2022
Emma Raducanu Height
He stands at a height of 1.75 m
Emma Raducanu Parents
He was born in Toronto, Canada, and was raised in Bromley, England. Her father Ion Răducanu is from Bucharest, Romania while her mother Renee Zhai is from Shenyang, China.
Emma Raducanu Husband
She is not married hence she doesn’t have a husband. However, unconfirmed reports say that she’s in a relationship with Fabio Quartararo, a French Grand Prix motorcycle rider racing in MotoGP for Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP.
Fabio Quartararo won the 2021 MotoGP World Championship, he is the reigning title holder and is the first French World Champion in premier-class history. He was born on April 20, 1999 (age 23 years), in Nice, France
Emma Raducanu Children
At the time of this writing, the 20-year-old British professional tennis player was not yet a mother. Currently, she’s focused on her career.