Emma Raducanu sends a message to fans as she confirms her participation at Transylvania Open

Emma Raducanu has confirmed her participation at the Transylvania Open which will be held in Romania.

Emma Raducanu
Emma Raducanu

Emma Raducanu became a household name back in her home country, United Kingdom as she claimed the US Open 2021 title. The British teenage sensation became the first ever player to claim the US Open title being a qualifier.

Emma Raducanu claimed the US Open title in style, as she did not drop a single set en-route her remarkable run. Following her extraordinary feat at Flushing Meadows, Raducanu has received a wildcard to compete at the upcoming Indian Wells tournament.

Although, the 18-year-old resides in the UK, yet she has relations with Romania and China. Her father belongs from Romania, whereas, her mother is from China. In some good news for Romanian tennis fans, Raducanu will compete at the Transylvania Open, which will be held from October 23-31, 2021. She had a special message for the Romanians, as she looks forward to compete at the WTA tournament.

Emma Raducanu looks forward to a strong end to the 2021 season

The 2021 tennis season has entered its final few stages, as players will look to achieve decent results, which would boost their rankings ahead of next year. Raducanu would hope to end the season on a high, given her extraordinary performances in the past few months.

In a video, the British teenager confirmed her participation at Transylvania Open, and sent a message in Romanian language. Prior to competing in Romania, Emma Raducanu will compete at the Indian Wells in the coming week.

After having received a wildcard to compete at Indian Wells, Emma Raducanu has received a bye in the first round encounter. She has been presented with a tough draw at Indian Wells, as she is expected to face two-time Grandslam champion, Simona Halep in round three. Moreover, given her recent success, pressure will be on her to deliver this time around.

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