10 in the world Emma Raducanu acknowledges that overthinking can be a problem and that she occasionally finds it difficult to “switch off and turn off” during games. “Yes, I would say that my mind is really active, and I occasionally find it difficult to switch off.
When you think you have a ton of alternatives and then have to choose between them while on the court, it’s not usually the ideal course of action. Choosing between possibilities obviously takes time. Although it is one of my strengths, it may occasionally become a pain “According to Sportskeeda, Raducanu made this statement during a conversation with Rennae Stubbs before the US Open.
Raducanu is scheduled to fight again in Washington
Unfortunately, Raducanu didn’t have the big grass season he had hoped for. Raducanu had to retire from her Nottingham opener because to a side ailment she suffered in her first grass tournament of the year.
Raducanu withdrew from Wimbledon due to an injury sustained in Nottingham, but he was still eligible to play at Wimbledon. Raducanu defeated Alison van Uytvanck on Centre Court for the first time at Wimbledon. Raducanu lost in straight sets to Caroline Garcia in the second round at Wimbledon despite having a good start to her tournament.
Because she has been practicing for the North American hard court swing, Raducanu hasn’t played a match in a month. After a particularly productive training block, Raducanu will begin her summer on hard courts in Washington the following week.
Raducanu, 19, will compete in her first Citi Open this year after never having visited Washington before. Raducanu was drawn against Marie Bouzkova in the opening round in Washington. The first round match in Washington will mark the first encounter between Raducanu and Bouzkova. How far Raducanu can advance in her debut in Washington is still up in the air.