Emma Raducanu makes bold claim ahead of French Open and Wimbledon – 'I can coach myself'

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It would be extraordinary if the Bromley teenager returned to her home Grand Slam, with all the pressure of expectation, without a full-time coach in her corner.

She split with Beltz after reaching the quarter-finals in Stuttgart last week and said: “I think Torben has been great for me because when I wanted someone with tour experience, I think for my first six months on the tour, it was very valuable.”

Raducanu said she plans a “new training model” which could see her working with different coaches – including Italian Riccardo Piatti – on a short-term basis.



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