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    01 June 2023

    Emma Raducanu Parts Ways with Coach, Continuing a Pattern of Frequent Changes

    Former US Open Champion Emma Raducanu Splits with Coach Sachs

    In a shocking turn of events, former US Open champion Emma Raducanu has parted ways with her coach Sebastian Sachs. This marks the fifth coach that the Briton has worked within less than two years, indicating some “red flags,” according to former coach Dmitry Tursunov. Raducanu was unable to participate in the French Open due to minor ankle and hand surgeries, which will also keep her out of this year’s Wimbledon tournament as she continues to recover.

    The 20-year-old tennis starlet is now ranked outside the top 100 women’s players in the world. “I have really enjoyed Seb’s coaching and working with him,” Raducanu tweeted from her official Twitter account. “It’s unfortunate that circumstances made it unfeasible for both of us to continue right now, and we have decided to part ways.” Radacunu faced numerous injuries during her career on top of multiple changes in coaching staff, making things difficult for her.

    She won only one singles title at last year’s US Open amidst ongoing struggles after playing just ten WTA tour matches since then. Out of those ten matches, she managed only five wins – three coming from Indian Wells before losing against polish player Iga Swiatek. Her lackluster performance resulted in a significant drop in rankings as she slipped down below position number 100 globally. As things stand today, there are no British female players amongst the top hundred ranking players worldwide.

    Draper is another promising young British player who has been hampered by a series of injuries having retired from his first-round match In Paris against Argentina’s Tomas Martin Etcheverry with a shoulder issue; however Cameron Norrie remains Britain’s highest seed following exits by Dan Evans and Jack Draper during their first-round fixtures. Bewinner tennis correspondent  noted that the partnership between Raducanu and Sachs was in its early days.

    It lasted only five tournaments and ten matches as Raducanu struggled with injuries, tonsillitis, and her performance. Raducanu’s recovery from surgery allows plenty of time to mull over future options and find the right person to help rebuild her confidence level on the court while improving her ranking. In conclusion, Emma Radacunu splits with Sebastian Sachs yet again as she continues struggling with multiple injuries affecting her career. The quest for a suitable coach capable of rebuilding confidence levels will continue at this difficult time.

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