This article will look at the schedule for Emma Raducanu from when she turned pro in 2018 to her most recent tournament in 2023 (Stuttgart).
You will also find out what tournament Raducanu is playing in next and what tournaments Emma is likely to play in for the remainder of 2023.
2023 Emma Raducanu Schedule
Emma Raducanu’s next tournament/match may be at the WTA 1000 tournament in Canada, which will be held from the 7th to the 13th of August 2023.
This is assuming that Emma recovers from the hand and knee surgery she had at the beginning of May 2023.
At the moment, it is expected that her recovery will take 3 to 6 months, so if it is closer to the 6 months, she may also miss the US Open series of tournaments.
Below is a list of other tournaments Emma is expected to play in 2023.
|January 2023||ASB Classic||New Zealand||R16|
|January 2023||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||R64|
|March 2023||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||R16|
|March/April 2023||Miami||Miami, USA||R128|
|April 2023||Stuttgart||Stuttgart, Germany||R32|
|August 2023||Rogers Cup||Montreal, Canada||TBD|
|August 2023||Cincinnati Open||Cincinnati, USA||TBD|
|August/September 2023||US Open||New York, USA||TBD|
Emma’s best performances in 2022 came at Women’s Stuttgart Open and Citi Open where she made the quarterfinals and at the WTA Korea Open, where she made it to the semifinals.
|January 2022||Sydney Tennis Classic||Sydney, Australia||R32|
|January 2022||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||R64|
|February 2022||Abierto Akron Zapopan||Guadalajara, Mexico||R32|
|March 2022||BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells)||California, USA||R32|
|March/April 2022||Miami||Florida, USA||R64|
|April 2022||Women’s Stuttgart Open||Stuttgart, Germany||QF|
|April/May 2022||Madrid||Madrid, Spain||R16|
|May 2022||Internazionali BNL d`Italia||Rome, Italy||R64|
|May/June 2022||Roland Garros||Paris, France||R64|
|June 2022||Nottingham||Nottingham, England||R32|
|June/July 2022||Wimbledon||London, England||R64|
|August 2022||Citi Open||Washington DC, USA||QF|
|August 2022||National Bank Open||Montreal, Canada||R64|
|August 2022||Cincinnati||Ohio, USA||R16|
|August/September 2022||US Open||New York, USA||R128|
|September 2022||Portoroz||Portoroz, Slovenia||R16|
|September 2022||Seoul||Seoul, South Korea||SF|
|October 2022||Ostrava||Ostrava, Czech Republic||R32|
|December 2022||Mubadala World Tennis Championships||Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates||F|
2021 was Emma’s breakthrough year on tour as she claimed her first grand slam singles title by beating Leylah Fernandez (6-4, 6-3) in the 2021 US Open final.
|June 2021||WTA Nottingham||Nottingham, England||R64|
|June 2021||ITF Nottingham||Nottingham, England||QF|
|June/July 2021||Wimbledon||Wimbledon, England||R16|
|August 2021||Silicon Valley Classic||San Jose, USA||R32|
|August 2021||Chicago 125||Chicago, USA||Final|
|August/September 2021||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|October 2021||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||R64|
|October 2021||Cluj-Napoca||Cluj-Napoca, Romania||QF|
|November 2021||Linz||Linz, Austria||R16|
Due to the cancellation of many ITF tournaments in 2020, Emma only played two tournaments in 2020 (both in the UK).
|February 2020||Glasgow||Glasgow, Scotland||R32|
|February/March 2020||Sunderland||Sunderland, England||F|
Raducanu claimed her third ITF singles title by winning the ITF tournament in Pune, India.
|February 2019||Glasgow||Glasgow, Scotland||R16|
|March 2019||Tel Aviv||Tel Aviv, Israel||F|
|April 2019||Bolton||Bolton, England||SF|
|July 2019||Wimbledon||Wimbledon, England||QF1|
|September 2019||Roehampton 1||Roehampton, England||QF|
|September 2019||Roehampton 2||Roehampton, England||SF|
|November 2019||Minsk 3||Minsk, Belarus||QF|
|December 2019||Solapur||Solapur, India||R16|
|December 2019||Pune||Pune, India||Champion|
Emma played in eight tournaments in her first year on tour, winning the ITF events in Tiberias and Antalya.
|March/April 2018||Nanjing 2||Nanjing, China||QR3|
|April 2018||Nanjing 3||Nanjing, China||QF|
|May 2018||Tiberias||Tiberias, Israel||Champion|
|June 2018||Manchester||Manchester, England||R32|
|July 2019||Wimbledon||Wimbledon, England||QR1|
|September 2018||Lisbon||Lisbon, Portugal||QR2|
|October 2018||Antalya||Antalya, Turkey||Champion|
|October/November 2018||Wirral||Wirral, England||SF|