Emma Raducanu has shared an update on her post-surgery comeback as she continues training in China.
20-year-old Raducanu stunned the tennis world and made history at the US Open two years ago when she became the first unseeded qualifier to win a Grand Slam title. However, since then she has been dealing with injuries that have seen her drop in form.
In May, the Brit underwent surgery on both wrists and her right ankle. Since then, she has been absent from the WTA Tour as she works on recovering and getting back to training with the aim of returning at the MGM Macau Tennis Masters in December.
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Raducanu training in different environments
The former World No. 10 shared an update on her training on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, captioning the post: "Experience different training environments."
In the post, Raducanu can be seen working on various aspects of training in different places, including in a gym and on the court. The post was shared on X, formerly known as Twitter, where fans reacted positively, leaving messages of encouragement for the young player.
"She has gone through so much. She is still going through so much. May all the operations, All the therapy, All the hard work, All hard times Be over. And you recover fully. To play and win again," wrote one.
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Hope for the future in the sport
Despite undergoing a difficult journey in the sport after her dream run in New York, Raducanu's agent Max Eisenbud previously revealed that he thinks she still has what it takes to win more Grand Slams in the future.
"You don't just accidentally win the US Open as she did. You have to be great to do what she did. I think that she will settle and things will get more calm for her and I think she will make more deep runs. I think she will win more Grand Slams, when it's all said and done," he said.