Emma Raducanu set for 15,000-mile trip across four nations just a month and a half for competitions after US Open win

The 18-year-old tennis hotshot is hot property with competition coordinators following her recorded US Open victory last month.

Raducanu is in Indian Wells California this week for the renowned BNP Paribas Open and is then wanting to play in Moscow and Romania in October.

Presently she has entered the primary draw of the Upper Austria Ladies in Linz being arranged between November 6-12.

This will be her last occasion of the 2021 season before she takes an all around procured occasion and afterward begins genuine groundwork for the Australian Open.

Raducanu said: “I’ve heard numerous incredible things about Linz, how well they treat the players and the number of extraordinary bosses have won this title previously.

“I’m truly anticipating play in Austria before their incredible fans.”

Linz bosses have hailed the upset of joining the ‘charming Brit who took the hearts of tennis fans by storm

tournament chief director Sandra Reichel spouted: “Emma Raducanu is a captivating character who not just motivates me with her amazing tennis.

“She prevails upon the crowd quickly because of her agreeable appearance and her brilliant grin, and she has stayed exceptionally practical.”

Competition diplomat Barbara Schett, a previous world No.7, said: “Emma in Linz would be astonishing.

“I like the manner in which she plays. With her victory at the US Open she set off a genuine publicity in Britain. Emma has the entire bundle.

“She’s a top competitor, yet in addition exceptionally clever and a captivating character.

“It is great to see her playing in Linz. It would likewise hugely affect the TV appraisals for the competition.”

The excursion to Austria could be totally scuppered anyway if the world No.22 acquires enough focuses to get a spot at the season-finishing WTA Finals in Guadalajara, Mexico.

It will be a huge endeavor to make the best eight occasion yet it just takes a few physical issue withdrawals and her possibilities will improve.

As of now for instance Wimbledon champion Ash Barty has pulled out, world No.2 Aryna Sabalenka has gotten Covid and upset Naomi Osaka is probably not going to play any more tennis this year.