“…I’m getting my fitness to the best possible condition,” – Emma Raducanu ‘reviews her body’ and draws up six-month plan after Aus Open exit

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Emma raducanu intends to draw up a plan to focus on improving her fitness over the coming months. The Brit entered the Australian Open with question marks surrounding her physical status after sustaining an ankle injury in Auckland in the leadup to the Grand Slam

Following a second round loss to Coco Gauff at Melbourne Park, Raducanu has hinted she will take a short break from the tour.

Her plan is to focus on getting her fitness to the best possible condition ahead of the French Open – the second major of the year. “I just have to review my body right now. I’ve had some niggles in the past few months, and I just need to get that sorted, train, and then we’ll see after that,” she said.

After her early exit, Raducanu, who beat Tamara Korpatsch 6-3 6-2 in the first round, said she was happy she had recovered in time to take part in Melbourne. “I would say all the chips were against us and the chances of me playing this tournament were very, very low,” the 20-year-old added.

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