The sportswear brand are also giving their members a chance to ask Raducanu a series of questions ahead of an upcoming series they are filming with her, so the teenager’s new Instagram profile could reflect the Nike campaign.
Though Raducanu could just be gearing up to change her photo and bio to something she finds more fitting and current.
The Bromley local’s profile revamp comes after she made her Australian Open debut as the 17th seed – the first time she has entered a Grand Slam direct from her ranking.
She produced an impressive display to defeat fellow US Open champion Sloane Stephens 6-0 2-6 6-1 in the first round, but appeared to pop a blister on her hand towards the end of the match.
The blistering then became a big problem in her second round clash against world Danka Kovinic, as Raducanu could barely grip the racket and was unable to serve or hit forehands, relying heavily on her slice and playing through pain to remain competitive until the world No 98 defeater her 6-4 4-6 6-3.
After the match, the Brit revealed some members of her team didn’t want her to take to the court prior to the match, with her blistering already so bad.