Emma Raducanu stressed that she is in no rush to find a new manager because she is satisfied with the current team around her. At the end of April, the young British star announced her decision to part ways with Torben Beltz.

Raducanu was soon linked to Riccardo Piatti, former coach of Maria Sharapova and Jannik Sinner among others, but so far no professional marriage has yet been celebrated. “I want to take the time to make this decision.

Nothing has changed, I still have the same people, good people, around me. I don’t want to rush the times,” said Raducanu, according to what Tennishead reported. After Wimbledon, the 19-year-old had Andrew Richardson alongside her, with whom she made the extraordinary journey that led to her first Grand Slam title at the US Open, after which the British decided not to continue their collaboration.

Prior to the start of the 2022 season, Raducanu announced that Beltz would train her in this new vintage. Beltz who, from the height of his great experience, had been called to try to carry out the same feats achieved with the three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber in the years before.

Emma Raducanu

Emma Raducanu on her changes of coach

“Personally, I think I know what I’m doing. I am confident in what I am doing and in the work I am doing,” explained Emma Raducanu. After Raducanu split from Beltz, tennis experts advised her to take some time before announcing her new coach.

“I’m still 19 and have already won a Grand Slam. So I can take my time and put things right because I know my motivation is no less,” said the British tennis player. Raducanu who recently switched to a new training model.

But when she was asked what that specifically meant, the Toronto native didn’t want to give too many details. “I am training like I have done for the last few months,” she said. “I have someone to train with and even if I have a revolutionary training model, I don’t need to share how I train, because that’s up to me, why should I tell my rivals how I train?”

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