February 6, 2023

COVID-19 prognosis sidelines US Open winner

US Open champ Emma Raducanu examined positive for COVID-19 and pulled out of an exhibit match within the United Arab Emirates at this time.
Organisers of the Mubadala World Tennis Championship presented Raducanus withdrawal, stating the British teenager is separating and following procedures.
An option for Raducanu is being sought to fill in and play Belinda Bencic in Abu Dhabi.

Emma Raducanu of Nice Britain at Royal Albert Corridor. (Getty) Raducanu received the United States Open in September to end up being the main qualifier to assert a Grand Slam singles title.
Ranked 150th on the time and rewarding 10 consecutive matches in straight units, she grew to end up being at age 18 the youngest feminine winner of a significant champion given that Maria Sharapova was 17 at Wimbledon in 2004.
Raducanu simply lately was voted the WTA Newcomer of the Year.
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” After evaluating optimistic for COVID-19, I should delay till the subsequent alternative to play in entrance of the fans right here, which I used to be really a lot trying ahead to,” Raducanu was priced estimate as saying within the details launch released by the occasions organisers.
” I am separating as per standards and ideally will be capable to get once again on courtroom rapidly.”.
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