Emma Raducanu’s grandmother has admitted that she wants tennis stars to stop playing sports after withdrawing in Wimbledon in June.
But because of her relief, Raducanu didn’t throw the towel.
Gran Niculina said: “I asked her parents if they should stop playing tennis.
“What should happen to Emma?
“Her health is more important (than wealth and fame).
“The court she played that day felt like she couldn’t breathe because it was raining and had a roof.”
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Looking back on the happy days when Raducanu was the first non-seed to win a Grand Slam, Nikrina added:
“I told myself,’This match will be a really tough match,’ so I decided not to watch it.
“I was happy to hear the news the next day and she was strong and healthy, and his heart was healthy, especially after the last event.
“I was happy with him when I talked to my son. He would have been very disappointed if she had lost after all the work and resources they spent on this.”
“Of course, I’m very proud of her, but I’ve never told anyone I’m the grandmother of a Grand Slam champion.
“I’m a very humble woman. I don’t want people to think I’m proud.
“When Emma turns to it, she will understand it. She has always been a fighter.”
Emma Raducanu’s beloved Nan, 88, told Brit Sensation, 18, to stop playing tennis after Wimbledon’s suffering … and she won the US Open.
Source link Emma Raducanu’s beloved Nan, 88, told Brit Sensation, 18, to stop playing tennis after Wimbledon’s suffering … and she won the US Open.