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Concerns About Emma Raducanu’s Tennis Career Have Led To Her Being Told She Needs To Toughen Up

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Emma Raducanu has been encouraged to “toughen up” following a run of ailments, which included more blistering at the Billie Jean King Cup tie after she was forced to withdraw from the Australian Open due to severe hand blisters. In a poll, more than 5,000 Express Sport readers expressed their concern for world No 11 and admitted she needed to toughen up.

Raducanu has had several injuries and niggles in her first full season on the pro tour this year. After suffering blisters during her second-round departure at the Australian Open, she was forced to quit in Guadalajara due to a leg ailment.

In Indian Wells and Miami, the adolescent was afflicted by a stiff back, and during her one-sided BJK Cup loss to Marketa Vondrousova, she suffered more blistering, this time on her feet, before suffering more back troubles in Madrid.

After barely being able to walk in Britain’s recent BJK Cup qualifier tie against the Czech Republic, the 19-year-old admitted she felt “helpless and redundant” and was forced to bathe her feet in “surgical spirit.” Following her woes in the team tournament, 58 percent of Express Sport readers voted that she needed to toughen up “a lot.”

Another 23.3 percent said she needed to toughen up “somewhat,” while 18.8 percent said she didn’t. If she continues to struggle with injuries and niggles, 55.9% of those polled are concerned for her future. Raducanu confessed she feared she had little chance of winning several matches this year due to injury, including her most recent defeat against Anhelina Kalinina in Madrid, and 23% said they were “extremely concerned” for her future.

19.4% were “slightly concerned,” and 13.4% were “about 50/50” concerned about the impact of injuries on the teen’s future career.

However, it appears that many people are confident in the teen’s ability to overcome her early jitters as she adjusts to life on the road, with 44.1 percent stating they are “not concerned at all.”

Following her defeat at the Madrid Open, in which she dealt with a bad back, the 19-year-old has confessed that her body is generally able to resume normal training after a couple of days off due to “overload.” “With me, it’s usually overload followed by two or three days of pure recuperation before I’m ready to resume training,” she explained.

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