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What will Emma Raducanu do next? Wait till the grass season, or go for the French Open in Rome?

After losing the Madrid Open, Colin Fleming and Anne Keothavong discuss Emma Raducanu’s options: participate in the Italian Open qualifying in Rome, play in the French Open, or wait till the grass season arrives? Over 80 events a year, including the US Open, are available to watch live only on Sky Sports Tennis.

Colin Fleming and Anne Keothavong state that Emma Raducanu has three alternatives following her dismal early departure from the Madrid Open: play in Rome, play qualifying at the French Open, or wait until the grass season.

The British player Raducanu’s clay-court form suffered on Wednesday at the Madrid Open when she lost in straight sets to Maria Lourdes Carle, ranked 82nd, in the opening round of the competition.

The Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome begins on May 7, although Raducanu’s wildcard status has not been revealed. If she so desired, her protected ranking might allow her to advance to the qualifying rounds.

Despite utilizing her protected ranking of 103, Raducanu is not assured automatic entrance into the French Open main draw. The 21-year-old is ranked fifth on the alternates list. The French Open at Roland Garros begins on May 20. But she might go in and play qualifying.

“A candid discussion about their future intentions is necessary between Emma and her team. “The season has started off well overall, but today is not a great day,” Fleming stated on Sky Sports Tennis.

Emma Raducanu of Great Britain looks on against Iga Swiatek of Poland during the quarter-final match on day five of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Stuttgart 2024 at Porsche Arena on April 19, 2024 in Stuttgart, Germany. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Getty Images)

“There doesn’t need to be an overreaction. You have to face up to the fact today wasn’t good enough, and accept what happened.

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