NEW YORK, 11 SEPT – 18-year-old British Emma Raducanu won the US Open, beating 19-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez 6-4, 6-3 in New York. She thus became the first qualifier player to win a Grand Slam title and also the youngest after Russia’s Maria Sharapova, who won Wimbledon at 17 in 2004. The challenge between teenagers definitely highlighted Emma Raducanu’s determination. , British of Romanian and Chinese origins, n.150 in the world rankings, who at these US Open left no crumbs to anyone, winning her ten games, including qualifications, for 20 sets to 0. The last to have achieved a goal so “perfect” at the US Open had been Serena Williams in 2014. Raducanu beat Leilah Fernandez, 19 on September 6, n. 73 in the standings who, although unable to contain the almost peer, showed during the tournament to be able to overturn even very compromised situations, to the detriment of bigger opponents, blocking the way to three of the five best players in the world: the Japanese Naomi Osaka (3 / a) last year’s winner, the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina (5 / a) then the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka (2 / a). However, he could not do anything against Raducanu, who found himself among the professionals for the first time three years after the defeat against the British in the second round of the Wimbledon junior tournament in 2018. (ANSA).