Emma Raducanu hopes to follow US Open glory at Wimbledon… by eating frozen yoghurt after each win like in New York | The Sun

EMMA RADUCANU hopes to rekindle her New York fairytale at Wimbledon with pots of frozen yoghurt.

Britain’s Golden Girl faces France’s Caroline Garcia today in the second round of the Championships.

During her epic US Open success last September, the Kent ace routinely ate frozen yoghurt on Times Square as a treat at the end of matches in New York.

Raducanu, 19, said: “I haven’t been able to go out because we’ve been finishing late.

“But I’ve already eyed up and scouted out the area and there is a frozen yoghurt spot. So I’m sure I will be hitting that.

“It’s my favourite treat because I can convince myself it’s healthy but it depends what toppings you put on it!


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“My favourite? Well, chocolate, everything chocolate and chocolate toppings.

“I’m trying to keep it relaxed. I’m keeping it normal.

“It’s nice it isn’t a (Covid) bubble this year and we can go out and do normal things. Really enjoying it.”

On Day Three, defending champion Novak Djokovic faces Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis in the first match on Centre Court and then it is Raducanu Show Time.

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The session will be finished by Andy Murray taking on big-serving American John Isner for the first time on grass.

Raducanu has been closely watching the legends the sport in practice, searching for tips and tricks.

The No10 seed, who wore a Nadal T-shirt on Monday night, said: “I love to watch tennis, I love to watch all the matches, I love watching people practising.

“I was watching Novak warm up and he was getting easy power.

“It’s actually quite fascinating to see the differences between him and Rafa.

“With Rafa you can feel his presence but Novak is extremely easy and fluid and the way he gets his power is very different. I like to see both.

“Rafa just embodies fight, that sort of energy. That’s what I’m bringing in.

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“In terms of energy-wise, I think that I have had a tough year, like it’s no secret.

“It is all worth it just to go out on Centre Court and get a win like that.”

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