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Emma Raducanu handed a tricky draw at Wimbledon 2022, clashes with Ons Jabeur and Iga Swiatek on her path to the title

Check out the players who will be stopping Emma Raducanu from winning the 2022 Wimbledon Championships that begin on the 27th of June.

Emma Raducanu

World No. 11 and 10th seeded Emma Raducanu will start her second campaign at the All-England Club and having a rank of outside the Top-300 the last time she played, the Brit has made massive jumps in order to be handed the 10th seed at this year’s 2022 Wimbledon Championships.

Emma, the 2021 US Open champion, will start dropping points after the Wimbledon is played out, she will need to pick up the best form in order to defend her ranking points in the upcoming months. Her Wimbledon preparation was cut short due to an injury to her in the Nottingham Open where she retired after just 33 minutes.

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Tricky test for Emma Raducanu on her way to the title

Emma Raducanu

Emma starts against Alison Van Uytvanck, a decent player on the surface and would demand the A-game of Raducanu from the first match itself. Hoping Emma moves past the Belgian, she is likely to take on Caroline Garcia followed by another tricky match with the 19th-seeded Madison Keys who can create big problems for the Brit.

7th seed Danielle Collins is expected to await the teenager in the 4th round trying to hold the Brit from advancing into the quarter-finals once again. In the quarter-finals, Emma is most certain to take on 3rd seeded and one of the most in-form players Ons Jabeur, last year’s quarter-finalist, who will be a big threat to the Brit.

Post her clash with Ons, Emma is likely to take on 2nd seeded Anett Kontaveit who will be the final hurdle before she meets the World No. 1 Iga Swiatek in the finals of the Grand Slam. Swiatek had defeated Emma earlier in the season and the finals will be the best place to exact revenge from the Pole and win the 2nd major of her career.

Emma Raducanu’s path to her maiden Wimbledon title

  • R1: Alison Van Uytvanck
  • R2: Caroline Garcia
  • R3: Madison Keys
  • R4: Danielle Collins
  • QF: Ons Jabeur
  • SF: Anett Kontaveit
  • F: Iga Swiatek

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