Paula Badosa has advised the British public and media not to be ‘hard’ on Emma Raducanu as the teenager battles an injury ahead of her return to Wimbledon. The world number three has previously been open to her psychological struggles, urging the US Open champion to give her time after her unprecedented surge last year. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Tickets from our website.

Raducanu is currently battling a lateral injury before returning to Wimbledon. The 19-year-old is one of the problems and annoyances for the 19-year-old’s first full season on tour this past year. The Bromley native has not made it past the quarterfinals of the tournament. Since he became the first qualifier to win a major over the U.S Open last year. But Paula Badosa pleaded for relief from Raducanu.

Badosa is Eastbourne's top tier this week, and Raducanu has opted not to use the wildcard
Paula Badosa is Eastbourne’s top tier this week, and Raducanu has opted not to use the wildcard

“I mean, she’s in a very difficult situation. She’s done great things in sport from a very young age, and I think most people treat her very hard,” said Spaniard Raducanu, ready to leave after 12 months to return to Wimbledon to make her Grand Slam debut as the 338th wildcard player, stormed in two Week.”

“On the other hand, maybe I can understand that the media is the media. But it still puts so much pressure on her, and she’s still a teenager and has a lot to learn.”

The number three in the world eventually also supported the U.S. Open champion to back her success, claiming that her win over Flushing Meadows was enough to prove Raducanu’s abilities.

Paula Badosa continued: “I think she needs time, she needs more touring experience, and she will get it. But I think people should stop putting all the pressure and expectations on her because she’s in a major. She’s got it very, very well done, and she won the championship, so you can see how good she is.”

“But you can’t expect her to win every game and every game because that’s impossible. So I think she needs time and she will get it because she has a lot of talent.”

Paula Badosa is Eastbourne’s top tier this week, and Raducanu has opted not to use the wildcard. The 19-year-old, who retired due to injury after just 33 minutes into Nottingham’s only grass game of the season, said in a statement she planned to play the Rose a week before the Wimbledon international competition.

She didn’t ask for a wildcard into the draw until Friday. But she changed her mind and chose not to play at Eastbourne as her team is believed not to want her back from injury.

Paula Badosa could play an exhibition game in Hurlingham next week to get more time for Wimbledon or go to the All England after just seven games on grass. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Final Tickets from our website.

Andy Murray urges the media to be careful about judging Emma Raducanu as 'too harsh'
Murray urges the media to be careful about judging Emma Raducanu as ‘too harsh’

Andy Murray asks Emma Raducanu to advocate for the British tennis icon to learn from her own experience

Andy Murray has put Emma Raducanu under his wing since the young Briton appeared on the Tour.

Murray urges the media to be careful about judging Emma Raducanu as ‘too harsh’ before returning to Wimbledon. Twelve months ago, Raducanu was relatively unknown to the average tennis enthusiast.

But her Wimbledon debut last year was in the spotlight and continued into the second week of the tournament. A few months later, Raducanu won a Grand Slam title at the US Open. One of the most remarkable and historic achievements in modern tennis.

But the 19-year-old has struggled to keep it that way ever since, failing to take three straight wins and injuries taking their toll. She now faces a race against time to prove she can make it to Wimbledon, which starts on June 27.

Raducanu has also gone through a string of coaches since winning the US Open. Even playing the French Open without a coach. The teen has faced some criticism in recent months. But Murray begged the media to take it easy on his compatriot as she continues to adjust to the rigours of the tour.

Murray said: “We sometimes make mistakes and say the wrong things. But if we do, don’t judge us too harshly, and I’m sure it will help Emma. Let her be herself, you know, she may be some jokes, or maybe she didn’t mean it, or something.”

“I think there has to be a certain level of trust and respect between the players and the media. I also had issues early in my career where some of the things I said could be taken out of context or the jokes I made. With big stories and big headlines, it makes things a bit sour and negative.”

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Raducanu has also gone through a string of coaches since winning the US Open
Raducanu has also gone through a string of coaches since winning the US Open

Murray is off to a strong start to the grass season after reaching the Surbiton Cup semi-finals. He then had an impressive run at the Stuttgart Open, beating Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas on his way to the final.

He came to a decision with Italian Matteo Berrettini but failed to complete his first title in 2019. But Murray suffered from his stomach in the final, which meant that he had to be removed from the selection of the queen this week.

The former England No. 1 remains hopeful of an adjustment to Wimbledon and could host another friendly match at Hurlingham in London next week.

“After a scan this afternoon, an abdominal injury meant I wasn’t fit to play at Queen’s this year,” said Murray. “The game means a lot to me and it’s disappointing not to play, especially after I’ve already played some good games on grass.”

Matteo Berrettini holds back his tears as he pursues another Wimbledon goal after winning Queen’s

MATTEO BERRETTINI had a perfect start to the grass season with the Queen’s Club Championship as his second title in two races.

Berrettini admits he struggled not to cry after successfully defending his title last year in an outright win over Filip Krajinovic. The No. 2 seed only returned to the tour last week after three months with a hand injury. Wimbledon 2022 fans can buy Wimbledon Tickets from our website.

Berrettini admits he struggled not to cry after successfully defending his title last year
Berrettini admits he struggled not to cry after successfully defending his title last year

He defeated Andy Murray in his first game back to win the Stuttgart Open and brought that form to the Queen this week. Berrettini, who defeated Cameron Norrie in last year’s final, faces another test this time against Krajinovic.

But the Serb is no match for Berrettini, as he has the perfect grass record this year, right up to the win. Berrettini has now joined the illustrious company to defend his queen’s title, with the 26-year-old prankster: “I’ve forgotten how much it (the trophy) weighs”.

But he was also visibly shaken and held up the trophy as he stood on the pitch, holding back tears.

“I didn’t even know it was too much emotion,” he said. “The last thing I want is to recover from surgery and win two titles in a row, defend my title here, one of the most prestigious titles we’ve had, so I don’t know.”

“I don’t want to cry, but most of the work is due to them, my team, my family and the people around me.”

Berrettini now has his sights set on “another goal” when Wimbledon starts later this month.

“Every time I walk through these corridors, it’s always a little tricky. I always get lost in the clubhouse,” he said. “I’ve seen all the names. All the champions past and present, and now that I know I’ll be on the same wall twice. I get goosebumps, so I’m really happy with what I’ve done.”

He added: “I couldn’t have wished for a better start and preparation. But I don’t think this match is for Wimbledon, but for the Queen, so I’m here to defend my title. It’s our most prestigious one of the games, so I’m very happy and have another target starting next week.”

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