Emma Raducanu unveils her ‘New Year’s Resolution’ in hopes for a prosperous 2023 season


Young British sensation Emma Raducanu He had an outstanding start to his career. Inside US Open 2021, entered the main draw as a qualifier and at the age of 18 finished the tournament with a championship for himself. On her way to Grand Slam glory, she beat many of the established names like Swiss Belinda Bencic. . Since then, it has been the source of public frenzy and a great deal of media attention.

sat last week SheerLuxe He talked about many topics such as his morning routine, training program and the upcoming season. The 20-year-old has revealed that his biggest goal in 2023 is to become more “injured” because the 2022 season hasn’t gone as well as he expected, largely due to the ankle injury he suffered in October 2022.

In a recent interview with SheerLuxeThe tennis sensation talked about the New Year’s resolution for 2023. When asked about his goals and future strategies as he enters the new year, he noted: “My biggest goal in 2023 is not to suffer any more injuries. I just want to stay healthy longer. This year, my body struggled with the demands of the tour, from training or endurance to competing at the highest level.

He also continued to highlight ‘consistency’ as another target if he has to new year resolution. “Get to work, every day, every day,added Raducanu.

on the question about next plans, seemed extremely optimistic and emphatic, “Everything is getting done in terms of tour finals and stuff like that, but I’m going to Abu Dhabi for an exhibition match on 16 December. It’s not a real tournament, but I’ve had an ankle injury for two months, so it will be interesting to see where I come from in this regard.”

He also gave some brief details about his training for the upcoming new season., “I do a lot of gym work so it will be a great way to get back into the sport before the season officially starts. In the new year, I will be in Auckland before the Australian Open starts.

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Emma Raducanu will start her next season at the ASB Classic in Auckland

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Emma Raducanu

Emma Raducanu, who is ready to leave the challenging 2022 season behind, ASB Classics tournament, It launches in Auckland early next month. There, he would test his form after recovering from his injury and have a brilliant start to his new 2023 season, hoping to win the tournament.

Talking about Raducanu’s participation, ASB Classic tournament director Nicolas Lamperin revealed that he was the hardest player to persuade to take part in the 2023 edition of the tournament. “I think it was tougher with Emma Raducanu. We wanted to wait to see what would happen after the US Open. There was interest on both sides, and she was keen to hear what happened in the Unified Cup, so it took longer to agree. But in the end, we were on the same page. ” said.

“I’m really looking forward to coming to New Zealand, ‘I’ve heard so many good things about the tournament. A great way to start the Australian Open. I heard the tournament in New Zealand was great for the players and the fans.” Raducanu had previously mentioned his participation in the tournament.

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