Emma Raducanu v Leylah Fernandez: Tale of the tape
Emma Raducanu is gunning to become the first British woman to win a grand slam singles title in 44 years at the US Open on Saturday.
The British star’s incredible journey will reach a climax in a battle of the teenagers as she takes on 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez.
18 – 19
British – Canadian
5ft 7in – 5ft 6in
150 – 73
Career prize money*
$303,376 – $786,772
0 – 1
(Teenage) dream final. pic.twitter.com/iKZkHuLAne
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 10, 2021
Previous Grand Slam best
Wimbledon fourth round 2021 – French Open third round 2020
0 – 0
*Before the US Open
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