Emma Raducanu honestly shares her physical state: "I'm tired"

A few hours before the match against Iga Swiatek in Stuttgart, the young Briton spoke about her physical condition

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Emma Raducanu honestly shares her physical state: "I'm tired"
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"It's no secret that I'm tired right now, I've played a lot of tennis in the last week but I prefer to be in this position where I have several matches ahead of me.

Honestly, everything that happens now is a win for me. If I were to win, it would be fantastic, otherwise I will rest. At this moment the key is recovery for the next commitments."

Emma Raducanu took stock of her physical fitness situation at the press conference on the eve of the Stuttgart quarterfinals match against the WTA No.1 Iga Swiatek.

Emma presented her next fight at the WTA 500 in Stuttgart; a match that she was able to earn after two excellent victories against Angelique Kerber and Linda Noskova.

Emma Raducanu
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Emma analyzes her performances, which seems growing rapidly

The British player seems to have regained her confidence and good physical condition, which took her to the quarter-finals on German clay. Please consider how last week you won the two matches played with your national team in the qualifying round for the Billie Jean King Cup final.

"I expect a very difficult match. It is a match in which I have nothing to lose. We have already faced each other here. I remember that we had a rather tough match, it ended in the end with a double 6-4 for her. Obviously it is always It's difficult to play against Iga, because he plays with a lot of weight and he has so many options at his disposal," she said.

Emma Raducanu
Emma Raducanu © Getty Images Sport - Aurelien Meunier

On her performances, which seem to be growing rapidly, she said: "These last two tournaments have helped me feel much better, I would say that I have a little more confidence in my serve, which is always a weapon, even if I can still improve my serve. my game."

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