After parting ways with Dmitry Tursunov, Emma Raducanu has started looking for a sixth coach in the past 15 months.
Raducanu has developed a reputation for frequently switching out coaches. But the Russian was the one who made the decision to separate ways and look for another coaching arrangement. Before her most recent injury setback, the duo had already begun to show promise as she advanced to the Korea Open semifinals last month.
When she won the US Open, the 19-year-old switched to Andrew Richardson after beginning last year’s Wimbledon with Nigel Sears. And afterward went on to Torben Beltz prior to her latest connection with Torben Beltz.
However, Raducanu has expanded her staff with the addition of Jez Green, a former personal trainer for Andy Murray. Murray became one of the fittest players on the tour because of Green’s demanding Miami winter training camps.
And accompanied the former world No. 1 when he captured the Olympic gold, Wimbledon, and the US Open. Green might be the solution to Raducanu’s fitness issues, which are still present at the end of the 2022 season.
The British youngster has experienced a long list of setbacks in her inaugural season on the WTA Tour this year. Including a stiff back, several blisters, and the present wrist issue that prevented her from competing in the Transylvania Open.
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