Emma Raducanu destined for brilliant future claims Andy Murray's coach

Emma Raducanu enjoyed a very successful debut at Wimbledon showcasing her immense talent, and Andy Murray's coach believes she is destined for brilliance.

Emma Raducanu created headlines around the world when she went on a brilliant run in her first-ever Wimbledon. The British teenager reached the 4th round before being forced to retire against Tomljanovic. Her flash of talent did not go unnoticed as Andy Murray's coach Jamie Delgado believes she is destined for greatness.

He said:

“Someone like Emma is a great player regardless, but she would have played seven good matches a week and that will tick her over for a bit. She beat Harriet Dart there last year and generally played well. It was a really good week for her."

Delgado further expanded:

“Everyone in British tennis knows that Emma is an excellent player. We have seen her at the NTC practicing and she is practicing with better players. She has always been doing well, so from that side of things we’re not surprised by how good she is."

Delgado summarised his thoughts by saying:

“To go out into Wimbledon - the biggest tournament in the world - to be so confident and engage with the crowd and back it up with a few good matches, I think that was brilliant to see for everyone.”

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