Emma Raducanu hopeful of finding new coach before Australian Open
The Guardian says Emma Raducanu has said she is “optimistic” about finalising a partnership with a new coach before the Australian Open. Raducanu has been without a coach since deciding not to stay with Andrew Richardson after their work at the US Open and she says she has had “a couple of trials” over the past week with coaches, including with Johanna Konta’s former coach Esteban Carril.
The Transylvania Open will be Raducanu’s second tournament since she won the US Open and she has arrived in Cluj-Napoca with the physio Will Herbert, who was part of her team in New York through the LTA but who will be working with her more often. Her father, who is hoping to see his mother in Bucharest after the tournament ends, is also there as well as the IMG agent Chris Helliar.
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