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Emma Raducanu will close a stellar year with an exhibition match against Elena Gabriela Ruse

Emma Raducanu will close a stellar year with an exhibition match against Romanian Elena-Gabriela Ruse at the Royal Albert Hall later this month.

  • Emma Raducanu’s competitive season is over after crashing at the Linz Open
  • But the 19-year-old will participate in the Champion Tennis event on November 28.
  • She will face Elena-Gabriela Ruse whom she played in practice sessions last month


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US Open champion Emma Raducanu will complete her stellar year by taking on Romanian Elena-Gabriela Ruse in an exhibition match later this month in London, organizers announced Tuesday.

The Briton’s competitive season ended the year after she crashed at the Linz Open last week and her preparations for the 2022 Australian Open are underway, but Raducanu will make an appearance at the Royal Albert Hall on November 28.

The 19-year-old became the first qualifier to win a major when she triumphed at Flushing Meadows in September.

Emma Raducanu's competitive season that saw her win the US Open has come to an end

Emma Raducanu’s competitive season that saw her win the US Open has come to an end

After her remarkable breakthrough season that saw her rise to stardom at Wimbledon, various exhibition events struggled to lift Raducanu for the offseason.

The Champion Tennis event, which took place at the Royal Albert Hall, confirmed that the big winner will be presented on the weekend at the end of this month.

Raducanu will face WTA No. 83 Ruse, whom she played with in practice sessions at last month’s Transylvania Open.

The Brit will face Gabriela Ruse at the Champion Tennis event on November 28 in London.

The Brit will face Gabriela Ruse at the Champion Tennis event on November 28 in London.

The Brit will face Gabriela Ruse at the Champion Tennis event on November 28 in London.

It will be the pair’s first time to meet in a match, but they are said to have a good relationship since Ruse first realized Raducanu’s potential in 2018.

In summer, the Romanian admitted that she would like to play doubles with Raducanu.

“ Unfortunately we didn’t get it, so I asked Emma if she wanted to play doubles with me, ” Ruse said, via The express.

It was a lot of fun and she said, ‘I’m sorry Gabi, I can’t play doubles.’

‘We started to be friends, he’s a good person. I really enjoy my time with her. She speaks Romanian very well, but is very shy to do it. ‘

Raducanu played the Romanian during a practice session at the Transylvania Open last month

Romanian journalist Andrei Nourescu announced the match on Instagram, as he wrote: ‘Final details with Emma’s team and IMG organizers are already settled and we can confirm the big event.

Emma Răducanu and Gabriela Ruse will play an exhibition match on November 28 in London, at an iconic venue: The Royal Albert Hall!

‘It will be Emma Răducanu’s first appearance on the court in front of the British public after winning the US Open trophy.

‘It will be the first time that Gabriela Ruse and Emma Raducanu will be opponents in a match, even if it is just a demonstration, both playing together only in practice sessions, until now.

Romanian journalist Andrei Nourescu announced the match through an Instagram post

Romanian journalist Andrei Nourescu announced the match through an Instagram post

Romanian journalist Andrei Nourescu announced the match through an Instagram post

‘The Răducanu-Ruse exhibition will be followed by the ATP Champions Tennis Final and tickets for the London event are almost sold out.

“Over the years, Gheorghe Zamfir, Nadia Comăneci and Angela Gheorghiu have also performed at the Royal Albert Hall.”

Raducanu has enjoyed mixed fortunes on tour since her Grand Slam triumph, losing early in Indian Wells and missing out of the quarter-finals in Romania before being defeated in the first round of the Linz Open last week by Wang Xiyu. .

The youngster, who has Chinese and Romanian heritage, is heading to the Champions Tennis event at London’s Royal Albert with new coach Torben Beltz, having appointed the German last week.

Hamburg-based Beltz received a reminder that the young woman is still a work in progress after she crashed at the Linz Open against Wang, ranked 106th, 1-6, 7-6 (0), 5- 7.

The 19-year-old's struggles continued when she lost to Wang Xinyu in Austria last week.

The 19-year-old's struggles continued when she lost to Wang Xinyu in Austria last week.

The 19-year-old’s struggles continued when she lost to Wang Xinyu in Austria last week.

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