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Wimbledon star Emma Raducanu reveals 'pinch-me moment' with the Queen

Wimbledon, reigning US Open champion Emma Raducanu has opened up about being a role model to aspiring tennis players during a candid chat with Gemma Chan.MORE: Andy Murray addresses Emma Raducanu's momentous US Open winAppearing in the July/August issue of ELLE UK, the 19-year-old also touched upon her winning moment last year. "When I won the US Open, there was nothing big or amazing that my parents did to celebrate - we just came home and ate dumplings, and that was it," she revealed.
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Emma Raducanu flaunts stunning figure in gown with sheer panelling after Australian Open
Emma Raducanu stunned fans this evening as she attended a glitzy event in London while donning a beautiful dress.The tennis ace, 19, flaunted her figure in the sparkly number after it was announced that she is among the nominees for this year’s Laureus World Sports Awards.Attending the Evian event, the women's tennis world number one swapped her sports kit for a glamorous midi-length dress, which showcased her athletic figure.Enjoying her night out, Emma grinned while wearing a natural face of make-up and soft curls, which fell loosely about her shoulders.The star's dark purple dress hugged her curves in all the right places and allowed her to put on a leggy display thanks to the sheer panelling.Emma finished off her evening look with a simple pair of black strappy heels, which added inches to her height.It seems that the tennis champion favours floor length gowns, having graced both the Met Gala and the premiere of James Bond film No Time To Die in full-length evening dresses last year.However, the star made an exception for a Tiffany's event which saw flaunt her pins in a monochrome mini dress.This evening saw Evian open its doors to a dazzling pop-up installation in London created with multi-disciplinary artist and sparkle lover, Sarah Shakeel, to celebrate the launch of its much-awaited evian Sparkling water.
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