sport news Coaching Emma Raducanu will be one of the toughest jobs in tennis, says Maria ...

sport news Coaching Emma Raducanu will be one of the toughest jobs in tennis, says Maria ...
sport news Coaching Emma Raducanu will be one of the toughest jobs in tennis, says Maria ...
Coaching Emma Raducanu will be one of the toughest jobs in tennis, says Maria Sharapova's old mentor, with fairytale US Open win creating sky-high expectations around British star as she searches for a new trainer Emma Raducanu split with coach Andrew Richardson after US Open triumph British star, 18, is urgently searching for a new trainer to work with She appealed for a coach with tour-level experience after Indian Wells defeat  But Maria Sharapova's former mentor says Raducanu may struggle to find one Michael Joyce believes her new coach could be on a hiding to nothing 

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Coaching Emma Raducanu could prove to be one of the most difficult jobs in tennis despite her fairytale US Open triumph, according to the man who masterminded Maria Sharapova's sensational rise.

British star Raducanu, 18, won the first Grand Slam of her career in New York last month but then split from coach Andrew Richardson afterwards.

The teenager said she wanted a mentor with more experience on the WTA tour.

Emma Raducanu is looking for a new coach with WTA tour experience after her fairytale victory in the US Open in New York last month

Emma Raducanu is looking for a new coach with WTA tour experience after her fairytale victory in the US Open in New York last month

The 18-year-old British player stunned the world by winning the Flushing Meadows Slam

The 18-year-old British player stunned the world by winning the Flushing Meadows Slam 

And her urgent need for a new coach was underlined when she crashed out of the Indian Wells tournament to world No 100 Aliaksandra Sasnovich last week.

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