“But this is where you have to be tough if you want to win matches like this, if you want to win tournaments like this. And I believe Emma has the level. She just has to find a way to get it out of her.”
Raducanu will also have to get used to players taking medical timeouts like Siniakova at 1-4 in the first set.
“I lost the next two games, and I think that I did, like, maybe all of the timeout did maybe affect the momentum,” said the Bromley teenager. “I still managed to regroup and win the first set. Yeah, she seemed like she was running completely fine to me.”
Raducaunu said she had “no idea” where she will be playing next though she will play for Great Britain in the Billie Jean King Cup in Prague next month.