Emma Raducanu news: Brit hanging out with fellow players in Miami
Emma Raducanu has been spotted hanging out with fellow young player Amanda Anisimova in Miami before the competition gets underway later this week.
Although she was defeated by Petra Martic in the second round of the Indian Wells Masters and complained of a stiff back throughout the match, Raducanu is determined to take part in the Miami Open.
World No 41 Anisimova also struggled at the Californian tournament as she had to retire in her second round match against Leylah Fernandez due to illness.
The main draw for the US based tournament is set to take place tomorrow and the Brit and the American have both been busy on the court training for the WTA 1000 event.
However, they’ve also been spending their down time together as seen on both of their Instagram Stories.
The world No 13 took a selfie with the 20-year-old and captioned it “In Miamiii,” while Anisimova shared a picture of the British No 1 looking at the Miami skyline captioned “Amazed by Miami.”
Elsewhere in the city, Anisimova and Naomi Osaka were spotted at an event put on by beauty and fashion mogul Kim Kardashian to celebrate the launch of her new pop-up swimwear shop.
Osaka was seated next to Kardashian and her sister Khloe while both player posed for pictures with the TV personality.
The Japanese-born star will also hoping to redeem herself at the Miami Open after she too dropped out of the BNP Paribas Open at the second round stage after getting beat by Veronika Kudermetova.
All three women are closer to knowing who their opponents will be at the competition this week, as Raducanu faces either Katerina Siniakova or a qualifier, Osaka is up against Astra Sharma tomorrow and Anisimova will play fellow American Shelby Rogers.
The Miami Open kicks off from March 22 and concludes on April 3.
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