Raducanu Says Her Wimbledon Triumph Is 'Just A Matter Of When'

Raducanu Says Her Wimbledon Triumph Is 'Just A Matter Of When'

by Zachary Wimer

Emma Raducanu demonstrated her high belief in herself by predicting that she would win Wimbledon sometime in her career.

Raducanu is already a Grand Slam champion, having won the US Open a few years ago, but ever since then, the Brit has really never come close to playing tennis on such a level. Several factors contributed to that, such as injuries and the fact that she's yet to gain experience on the WTA Tour.

The US Open win was premature but well-deserved because she was the best player during that fortnight. Many believe that she will add more majors in the future, and she believes that, too.

In fact, in a recent interview with Grazia Daily, Raducanu admitted that the fact that she will win the Wimbledon Championships is not a matter of if, but rather when, which is a very confident statement.

We knew she never lacked confidence, but she's not afraid to make bold statements, despite saying she wished she never won a Grand Slam not too long ago.

"I feel good. I’m playing well and I’m training really hard, I’m doing a lot of good things and I know it’s going to happen. If not this Wimbledon, the next Wimbledon."

Raducanu on winning Wimbledon

British players haven't triumphed often at Wimbledon in recent decades, but we saw it happen. Andy Murray did it, and the crowd was behind him when he did it, so Raducanu is looking forward to that kind of reception.

She's already demonstrated that her game works well on the surface because she made it to the fourth round before. It's all about being healthy for her, and right now, she's quite healthy, and she started the preparation early.

"I fully back myself and trust myself. It’s just a matter of when really. I’ve been doing all the right things so I’m just looking forward to playing in front of a home crowd."

Raducanu backs her self to win Wimbledon sometime in the future


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