Photos: Emma Raducanu shares cake, celebrates birthday with rumored boyfriend

Raducanu turned 21 years old on Monday.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Photos: Emma Raducanu shares cake, celebrates birthday with rumored boyfriend
© Emma Raducanu - Instagram

Emma Raducanu shared a birthday cake she received and also appeared to celebrate her 21st birthday with her rumored boyfriend Carlo Agostinelli and his sister. On Monday, 2021 US Open champion Raducanu turned 21 years old. In an Instagram post, Raducanu revealed her birthday cake - the cake had "Happy Birthday Emma" written on it.

"Turned 21 with the best. Thank you so much for all the sweet wishes. regardless of a challenging year there’s a lot to be grateful for. Looking forward to the next chapter," Raducanu captioned her Instagram post.

On his Instagram Story, Agostinelli posted a photo of Raducanu and his sister and captioned the post: "Cucio and Gertrude day." In his caption, Agostinelli was very possibly referring to the nicknames of Raducanu and his sister.

Emma Raducanu and Carlo Agostinellis sister© Carlo Agostinelli - Instagram

Raducanu's Macau withdrawal announced on Monday

On Raducanu's 21st birthday, the MGM Macau Tennis Masters confirmed the Briton's withdrawal from the upcoming exhibition event in China.

In Macau, Raducanu was scheduled to meet Belinda Bencic in early December. However, Raducanu's Macau withdrawal shouldn't be that concerning as British media reported that the 21-year-old made the decision due to precautionary reasons.

Just recently, Raducanu confirmed that the surgeries were a success and that it will be much easier for her to compete when she returns to tennis. "It was difficult to train after the surgeries, so it was very sedentary in the beginning.

Through the whole period, I’ve been doing a lot off court, reading a lot and watching some tennis. Mentally, I feel like I’m in a better place to compete now than I ever have been before since the US Open. I’m hoping to get back on board for next season.

I know it’s going to be difficult when you haven’t competed for a long time, like almost a year. It’s going to probably take me some tournaments to get up to speed. But, once I do, I think I’m in a better headspace to compete now," Raducanu told Laura Robson during a recent interview for Amazon Prime.

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