Emma Raducanu is set to take part at the ATX Open in Texas, her first apperance on the court since her round two exit at the Australian Open at the hands of American teenager Coco Gauff.
Emma Raducanu will take part at the inaugural ATX Open in Austin, Texas, alongside the likes of Danielle Collins, Sloane Stephens and Peyton Stearns.
The 2021 US Open champion has committed to play at the WTA Tour tournament, which starts on February 27 at Westwood Country Club.
“We look forward to her joining Danielle, Sloane and Peyton for our inaugural tournament, and are very excited to know that we will be welcoming them to Austin in less than one month.”
Raducanu’s 2021 New York success made her the youngest women’s major champion since Maria Sharapova won Wimbledon as a 17-year-old in 2004, and the Briton reached a career-high No 10 in the rankings last year.
But she had a disappointing first full season on tour, suffering from injury problems and bad form, and pulled out of the Billie Jean King Cup at the end of the year before returning for the Australian Open earlier this month when she was beaten in the second round by Coco Gauff.