Despite being the richest tennis player, Emma Raducanu still doesn’t forget about education. After canceling her studies at law school to become a lawyer, Emma Raducanu has plans to continue her studies at the university level.
Beautiful tennis player The 18-year-old has expressed his desire to return to university to study economics despite winning the US Open which earned him £1.8m (£1.8m) in prize money. Raducanu’s intelligence is proven by getting top marks in the Big Apple – now he wants them in the class.
Raducanu impressively completed his A Level studies with tennis and earned his A in Maths and an A in Economics – just weeks before his epic New York adventure. Raducanu is suspending his university place for now as he tries to establish himself on the WTA Tour but he wants to get a degree in the future.
“I’m really interested at some point in going to university. I am quite interested in economics. My parents were both in the industry so I might follow suit,”said Emma Raducanu.
“I want to study and get a university degree at some point in my career. It could happen in a few years and it’s always been on my mind after my A-level, but for now I want to try a full-time tour.
Raducanu spoke at a special LTA Homecoming party in London where he was congratulated by a group of schoolchildren and played a special match with the Duchess of Cambridge. Her life has been turned upside down since beating Canada’s Leylah Fernandez 6-4 6-3 in the final at Flushing Meadows.
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The achievement hoisted him to jump to number 22 in the world and become the new British No. 1. The key is his ability to focus on only one point at a time, a tactic he says he owes to his parents, who are from China and Romania. “When I was younger, I would get very angry and emotional on the pitch, and I got that pretty quickly,” he said.
Raducanu will sit down with his team in the coming days and lay out his travel plans for the remaining weeks of the season. If he continues his incredible adventure, there’s a chance he could reach the WTA Finals in Mexico in mid-November – but he’ll need to make it into the world’s top eight.