Emma Raducanu is set to work with former ATP player Dmitry Tursunov on a trial basis ahead of the US Open.
According to reports, Raducanu will begin her stint with Tursunov during next week’s Citi Open in Washington.
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Raducanu, who is currently ranked at a career-high No.10, ended her partnership with former coach Torben Beltz in April.
A former ATP No.20, Tursunov has earlier coached Aryna Sabalenka and Anett Kontaveit.
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The Russian is the fourth coach Raducanu will be working with in a span of 13 months.
Raducanu has endured a difficult year since winning the US Open.
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Having came through the qualifiers, she defeated fellow teen Leylah Fernandez to clinch her first major.
She became the first women’s tennis player to achieve that feat, as well as becoming the British woman in 44 years to win a Grand Slam.
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