Emma Raducanu makes history in US open Tennis


Talent does not require the support and help of someone, it speaks and speaker better, it also does not require colour and race, but only and only commitment and hard work. Emma has done the same, she has created the name and fame in the history of World’s tennis.

The Queen has highly applauded Emma Raducanu’s outstanding US Open victory and has called it a remarkable achievement.

The 18-year-old from the UK, beat Leila Fernandez 6-4. 6-3 to claim her first grand slam title and become the first qualifier in the history of the Open era to win a major title.

Queen Elizabeth sent her letter on the outstanding performance in the said game and for her title as well. Your remarkable achievement at such a young age and it’s because of your hard work and commitment, she wrote.

 I have no doubt on your performance and that of your opponent Leila Fernandez would inspire the next generations of the tennis players, Queen added. I have sent my warmest good wishes to you and your many supporters.

She became the first woman to win a major title in her second grand slam event. Chris Evert and Venus Williams both had reached the final but lost.

 Raduacnu also became the youngest grand slam. After that Raducanu paid tribute to her opponent Fernandez for giving her a tough time in the Final. On those stages and on such occasions like that on Arthur Ashe, she added. What a terrific display of competition and maturity from two exceptional players, she said.