Liz Truss' resignation sparks Emma Raducanu coaching joke days after Dmitry Tursunov split


    Then, just two weeks later, Raducanu announced that she had parted ways with Richardson as she aimed to find an established coach on the WTA Tour to guide her through her first full season as a pro after skyrocketing from world No 150 straight into the top 25. At the end of 2021 she settled on Torben Beltz, who previously worked with Donna Vekic former world No 1 Angie Kerber.

    But less than six months later, their partnership also ended just days after Raducanu earned what was then her best result of the 2022 season, reaching the quarter-finals in Stuttgart where she was only defeated by world No 1 Iga Swiatek. Raducanu remained coach-less with several mentors until August when she teamed up with Tursunov for a trial period that extended to her post-US Open tournaments in Slovenia, Korea and Ostrava, but that partnership is now over too.


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