Emma Raducanu has had an eventful time in the nine months since she sensationally became the 2021 US Open champion.
Still only 19, the British women’s number one has enjoyed a meteoric rise towards the top of the WTA rankings, won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year and separated from three coaches already in her career.
Ahead of the French Open, Wimbledon and her defence of her Flushing Meadows title, having the right backroom team could be crucial to Raducanu’s prospects of establishing herself as a regular contender in 2022.
Who is guiding Raducanu right now and which coaches have worked with her in the past? The Sporting News takes a look.
Who is Emma Raducanu’s coach?
Ahead of the Madrid Open at the end of April, Raducanu surprisingly revealed that she had split with her coach, Torben Beltz,…