Kate Middleton Demonstrates Her Athletic Ability by Playing Tennis With US Open Champion Emma Raducanu.
The moment Emma Raducanu returned to the United Kingdom after winning the US Open, she played with tennis fanatic Kate Middleton.
the Duchess of Cambridge 39, who is a tennis player, was playing tennis with an 18-year-old on the streets of South London on Thursday for an occasion to commemorate the victory of the teenager in Canada’s Leylah Fernandez in 2021’s U.S. Open.
Middleton joined forces with Raducanu for a game in Raducanu’s National Tennis Centre in Roehampton in a navy blue tennis outfit. They played Raducanu’s colleagues, including British U.S. Open champions and wheelchair doubles players Alfie Hewett as well as Gordon Reid, and Joe Salisbury who claimed mixed and the mixed doubles titles this year in the words of Us Weekly.
Middleton who is supporter of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and has been a long-time fan of this sport was honored for her work by Raducanu as well as Salisbury.
After the game, Raducanu stated to Yahoo Sports U.K., “[Duchess Kate’s] forehand was fantastic.” “I was quite shocked. The tennis match together with her was lots of enjoyable.”
Middleton’s athletic talent as per Salisbury 29 is phenomenal.
“It was quite a blast. Kate’s performance was awe inspiring,” he told the same publication. “She obviously loves it and has played many times before, but being there with her on court was lots of enjoyable. Her forehand was great.”
Raducanu’s victory in her victory at the US Open was remarkable because it was the first time that a British woman has been awarded the Grand Slam singles title in 44 years. Raducanu became the very first person to win the title.
Through Twitter, Duchess posted a touching message to the young athlete she congratulated her for her triumph.
“Congratulations on your stunning achievements and the an historic Grand Slam triumph, @EmmaRaducanu! Middleton tweets, “Incredible – we are all very proud of you.” “Well done, @LeylahFernandez, on your incredible accomplishments at this year’s #USOpen; it’s been a pleasure to watch.”
Middleton visited with teens from all over the United Kingdom who are part of the LTA’s Youth Program which is designed to encourage the younger generation of players between the ages of 4 and 18 on her visit to the National Tennis Centre on Thursday. Middleton has a regular appearance at Wimbledon she also had a chat with teens from across the United Kingdom who are part of the Youth Program of the LTA, which is designed to encourage the younger generation of players between the ages of 4 and 18.
In the form of a statement, Kensington Palace said, “Her Royal Highness is enthusiastic about supporting grassroots tennis and encouraging young people from all backgrounds to become involved in the sport.”
Middleton did not get to experience an incredible season in Wimbledon in 2013 in which British Andy Murray won the men’s singles championship.