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Tennis fans react to Emma Raducanu’s Guinness Book of World Records cover for US Open heroics


Emma Raducanu is the sports section cover star of the latest Guinness World Records. In 2021, she became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam singles title in the Open Era.

The Brit, who also won as a teenager without dropping a set, debuted in the Top 10 at 19 in her first full WTA season in 2022. After an injury-plagued season, she’s still adjusting to the pro tour. Since winning the US Open, she’s become a sought-after celebrity off the court.

Raducanu is the 4th highest-paid female athlete in the world, and her Guinness Book cover showcases her stardom. Tennis fans reacted differently to her latest victory.

Others believe her 2021 US Open feat doesn’t deserve to be in the Guinness Book of World Records.

“She must have a great agent to get all these sponsorships and publicity without talent. Paula Badosa has competition in terms of looks. Why don’t top players use this agent? “Twitter user.

“Exactly. ER’s USO21 performance was outstanding. Unbeatable, probably. Haters hate these facts because they don’t support their agendas “Fan said.
Here are more tennis fans’ reactions to Emma Raducanu’s Guinness Book of World Records 2023 cover:

Chris Evert disagrees with Emma Raducanu and Jannik Sinner’s ‘disappointing players’ list.
Emma Raducanu was named one of the’most disappointing players of 2022′ alongside Jannik Sinner, Naomi Osaka, and Gael Monfils. Chris Evert expressed her disagreement with the list’s existence.

Evert responded to Iga Swiatek’s psychologist’s post criticising L’Equipe’s list.

“Agreed, reading negativity like this makes me sick. Can we move on? “Evert retweeted Abramowicz’s message.
Raducanu will begin her 2023 season in Auckland, New Zealand, before the Australian Open.

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