Does Emma Raducanu have a boyfriend? Brit tennis star continues stunning US Open run

EMMA RADUCANU is the new star of British tennis.

The 18-year-old has burst onto the scene this summer, reaching the fourth round at Wimbledon before a stunning run to the quarters in the US Open.

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Raducanu looks set to become a household name as she climbs the ATP rankings, facing Belinda Belic next at Flushing Meadows.

Does Emma Raducanu have a boyfriend?

The youngster has been catapulted to stardom after her performances in Major's this summer, with tennis royalty Annabel Croft declaring she has a 'limitless future'.

Emma was born in Toronto, Canada in December 2002 and moved to London when she was two years old.

She took up tennis aged 5 and enters her maiden US Open quarter-final with a world ranking of 150th.

Raducanu – who only turned pro in 2018 – keeps her growing fanbase updated on her social media, with snaps from her travels around the world.

She currently boasts more than 451,000 followers on Instagram, and had reportedly 'grown close to Strictly star HRVY' after her Wimbledon heroics.

A source told The Sun in July: "HRVY watched Emma play at Wimbledon and thought she was stunning, so he decided to get in touch with her.

"She was really flattered by the attention and they have been swapping messages… It's very early days for them but they do seem to get on well."

But despite this, she likes to keep her private life under wraps and it's not known if she is currently dating or has a boyfriend.

With the world at her feet, Emma has definitely taken the tennis world by storm and looks set to thrill on the court for years to come.

How can I watch Raducanu at the US Open?

This year's US Open is being shown on Amazon Prime in the UK.

You can subscribe from £7.99 to access streams of EVERY match via the official app.

Grab a 30-day free trial to Amazon Prime to watch Emma's games without paying a penny.

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