Photos: Emma Raducanu shares artwork she enjoyed during trip to art museum

Raducanu working on returning but also enjoying her time away from tennis.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Photos: Emma Raducanu shares artwork she enjoyed during trip to art museum
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Emma Raducanu continues to enjoy her time away from tennis as the 20-year-old Briton took to Instagram to give insight into how her visit to an art museum looked. Raducanu, who had three surgeries in May, has been working hard on returning in recent times but also using her time to enjoy some cool activities.

After sharing some photos of her time in her hometown Bromley, Raducanu also posted about her visit to an art museum.

When and where will Raducanu's comeback start?

Recently, Raducanu confirmed that she is returning to tennis in 2024. After Raducanu's confirmation, Auckland tournament director Nicolas Lamperin revealed that the tournament may feature the 2021 US Open champion.

In 2024, the Auckland women's singles event will be taking place between January 01-07. “There have been some, but it’s too early to say, because we still don’t have a set return date. The door is open if she wants to come, but we have had to go after other players, with whom we have more certainty.

It’s not off the table, but we’d need more time, because we still don’t know when she’s coming back," Lamperin told Stuff. Earlier this year, Raducanu badly slipped and injured her ankle in her Auckland debut.

Afterward, Raducanu strongly criticized the courts in Auckland. “It’s difficult to take. I’ve put a lot of physical work in the last few months and I’ve been feeling good and optimistic. So to be stopped by a freak injury, rolling an ankle is pretty disappointing, in the first week as well.

I thought I was playing some pretty decent tennis. The courts are incredibly slick, like very slippery, so to be honest it’s not a surprise that this happened to someone. It’s out of my control and after a very long day of waiting around.

But we’ll assess over the next few days and see what the next steps are," Raducanu said after suffering an injury in Auckland earlier this year. It remains to be seen if Raducanu's comeback will indeed start in Auckland.

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