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Tennis pro Emma Raducanu spotted in New York with a beaming smile after US Open defeat

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A winning smile! Emma Raducanu beams as she steps out in New York and cuts a casual figure despite crashing out of the US Open on the opening round

  • British tennis pro Emma Raducanu, 19, has been spotted walking in New York
  • Last year she spoke about her love for the city after her US Open victory
  • She had a fresh face and smiled despite Tuesday night’s defeat to Cornet

Despite her crushing defeat to Alize Cornet Tuesday night, British tennis star Emma Raducanu was spotted strolling in New York City this afternoon with a fresh face and a beaming smile.

After showing huge promise at last year’s US Open, tennis fans had high hopes for the 19-year-old, but she crashed out of the competition in the first round after suffering blisters on her hands.

Despite the loss, Emma had a fresh face and good humor as she stepped into town wearing her hair in a bun, navy blue T-shirt and silky red drawstring shorts as she explored the city with her team.

Emma Raducanu steps into New York City with a smile next to her team as they make their way to a nearby bagel shop the day after her loss to Cornet in the US Open last night. Raducanu looked relaxed as she strolled the streets as she passed Trump Tower en route

Radacanu looks relaxed, tanned and happy as she searches for bagels in silky drawstring shorts and a navy t-shirt.  She wears purple Nike sneakers, another brand she has a sponsorship deal with

Radacanu looks relaxed, tanned and happy as she searches for bagels in silky drawstring shorts and a navy t-shirt. She wears purple Nike sneakers, another brand she has a sponsorship deal with

Emma and her team went to get bagels and passed the Trump Tower during their trip.

The Tiffany brand ambassador appeared to represent the jeweler in a diamond-encrusted cross necklace and ring that looked like they were from the designer’s T-collection.

At last year’s US Open, Emma professed her love for New York by saying it gave her an ‘open swing’ – then she had a quick flight to fame and was offered sponsorship deals on a board from the world’s biggest brands.

The WTA (Women’s Wennis Association) ranked the Bromley tennis ace in South East London at number 10 and she was the first British woman to win the Grand Slam since 1977.

The tennis pro laughs and talks to a teammate during a trip to pick up bagels on New York's Fifth Avenue - she's pictured here wearing sunglasses that look chic and casual

The tennis pro laughs and talks to a teammate during a trip to pick up bagels on New York’s Fifth Avenue – she’s pictured here wearing sunglasses that look chic and casual

The team talks and laughs in a bagel shop, defeat to French tennis pro Cornet seems forgotten as they explore the city. Radacanu has gone for the effortless look - her hair scraped into a messy bun with silky shorts and shades.

The team talks and laughs in a bagel shop, defeat to French tennis pro Cornet seems forgotten as they explore the city. Radacanu has gone for the effortless look – her hair scraped into a messy bun with silky shorts and shades.

The Canadian-born British tennis pro rose to fame after her historic victories and despite her crushing defeat, she still has time to make a swinging comeback, as many of her predecessors have done.

The Canadian-born British tennis pro rose to fame after her historic victories and despite her crushing defeat, she still has time to make a swinging comeback, as many of her predecessors have done.

She was a wild card entry into her first Wimbledon Championships, ranked at 300 – but emerged from the tournament as a household name at number 4.

However, the 11th-ranked tennis pro has held on to her UK number one spot after Harriet Dart lost 6-4 6-0 to Dalma Galfi in the second round of the US Open tonight.

Last year she said she wanted to finish her education, which would turn out to be a distraction from the education.

On Tuesday night, she dodged questions about whether she will continue with US-based Russian coach Dmitry Tursunov in the future.

Last year she made an impression after storming to victory – and would become one of Britain’s next female sports stars.

At the US Open in 2021, Radcanu participated in the main tournament as a qualifier. She advanced to the semifinals without dropping a set, becoming the fifth open era player to reach a grand slam semifinal as a qualifier.

En route to the US Open final, Raducanu entered the top 25 and became Britain’s No. 1.

At 19, Raducanu still has a long way to go, her supposed promise may yet be realized, and this year’s US Open could be portrayed as the defeat that propelled her to become an even more legendary champion like many before her.

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