"Her attitude will take her to the very top" - Wilander on Raducanu

Emma Raducanu’s never-say-die attitude will take her to the top of the women’s game, according to Mats Wilander.

Raducanu won a very difficult affair against 17-year Linda Noskova who played the same way Raducanu played at the US Open last year. It was Raducanu’s first-ever French Open match, and with the 19-year-old close to completing a first 12 months on tour, Wilander pointed towards the player’s attitude as a reason why the US Open champion – seeded No. 12 in Paris – is capable of rising further up the rankings.

Speaking on Eurosport after the match, Wilander said:

“People are sort of doubting her a little bit, she hasn’t been around that long, but I have to say every time I see her play, I am convinced she is going to get to the top of the women’s game at some point because her attitude is absolutely fantastic."

He continued:

“She does everything well on court, she moves well and is solid off both sides. The most important part: she has a great attitude through all these tough times, when everybody is doubting her and she’s not winning many matches. She’s so positive and I love watching her play because of her attitude.”

Next up for her is Sasnovich who beat her at Indian Wells last year.

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