Go get Em
Irish Sunday Mirror|January 16, 2022
Ad inspires Raducanu as teen hits back: I’ll just do it from now on and shut out ‘the distractions’
NEIL McLEMAN

EMMA RADUCANU has revealed her stunning new Nike ad reflects “what I’m feeling right now” before she returns to Grand Slam action at the Australian Open.

The British No.1, who is recovering from a bad bout of Covid, has struggled for form since her US Open triumph. And England rugby coach Eddie Jones claimed last year she had fallen prey to “distractions” after becoming an instant A-list celebrity with appearances at the Met Gala and James Bond premiere.

But in her new commercial for the American sports giant, the Bromley teenager is shown playing tennis with the words “distracted”, “fluke” and “one-hit wonder” written large in the background.

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