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US Open champion Emma Raducanu keeps it casual on a California supermarket trip

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US Open champion Emma Raducanu keeps it casual in a navy blue polo top and white shorts during a supermarket trip in California… for her first tournament since her historic win










She is preparing to return to court at the upcoming BNP Paribas Open – her first tournament since her historic victory at the US Open last month.

And tennis ace Emma Raducanu had some training fallout Monday when she was spotted leaving a Trader Joe’s grocery store in Palm Springs, California with friends.

The 18-year-old kept it casual in a navy blue polo shirt and white shorts as she was on her phone as she left the store.

Here she is: Tennis superstar Emma Raducanu had some training downtime on Monday when she was spotted leaving a Trader Joe’s grocery store in Palm Springs, California with friends

Emma donned bright blue sneakers and carried a large red tennis bag on her back, indicating she was about to start training again.

The Kent-born sports star appeared in good spirits as she sauntered alongside her companions, also clinging to a water bottle.

Amid her newfound fame, she even stopped to snap a photo with an adoring fan.

Emma is set for her first tournament since her success in Flushing Meadows, and will compete in the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, in the next two weeks.

Calm: The 18-year-old kept it casual in a navy blue polo shirt and white shorts as she was on her phone as she left the store

Calm: The 18-year-old kept it casual in a navy blue polo shirt and white shorts as she was on her phone as she left the store

The beauty has turned to former UK No. 1 Jeremy Bates for pre-match coaching expertise after failing to renew her two-month deal with coach Andrew Richardson after the US Open.

Jeremy confirmed to Sportsmail that he will assist Emma in conjunction with his work as a coach for Katie Boulter, starting Saturday on the track with the New York champion.

He and Emma know each other well as he is also the National Women’s Coach for the Lawn Tennis Association. There seems to be little chance that their arrangement will be anything other than temporary as she searches for someone more permanent.

Emma has a first-round bye and won’t be playing until much later this week at the rescheduled event in the California desert, which was postponed from its usual March date.

Sporty: Emma wore bright blue sneakers and carried a large red tennis bag on her back, indicating that she would be training again soon

Sporty: Emma wore bright blue sneakers and carried a large red tennis bag on her back, indicating that she would be training again soon

Chill: Emma enjoyed a moment on her phone as she prepared to return to court at the upcoming BNP Paribas Open - her first tournament since her historic win at the US Open last month

Out and about: Emma basked in the California sun for her next big game

Chill: Emma enjoyed a moment on her phone as she prepared to return to court at the upcoming BNP Paribas Open – her first tournament since her historic win at the US Open last month

Laughs: The Kent-born sports star appeared in good spirits as she sauntered alongside her companions

Laughs: The Kent-born sports star appeared in good spirits as she strolled along with her companions

Stock up: Emma carried a shopping bag after stocking up

Stock up: Emma carried a shopping bag after stocking up

The tennis sensation made sports history by winning the US Open earlier this month – the first British woman to win a major title in 44 years since Virginia Wade lifted the Wimbledon trophy in 1977.

She is also the first qualifier in history to lift a grand slam.

The teen has been billed as a “sponsored dream” and is on track to become the highest-earning female athlete of all time.

She was also reported to have laid the foundation for her potential earnings at age 17, by registering Harbor 6 Limited to manage her finances.

It was recently revealed that Emma had trademarked her name within hours of her US Open victory in her first steps towards becoming the “first billion dollar sportswoman.”

Downtime: Emma is set for her first tournament since her success in Flushing Meadows, and will compete in the BNP Paribas Open over the next two weeks at Indian Wells, California

Downtime: Emma is set for her first tournament since her success in Flushing Meadows, and will compete in the BNP Paribas Open over the next two weeks at Indian Wells, California

UK-based lawyer Anthony Brierley asked for protection of the words ‘Emma Raducanu’, ‘Emma’ and ‘Raducanu’ shortly after the 18-year-old’s victory, The Sun reports.

The 18-year-old defeated Leylah Fernandez 6-4 6-3 at Arthur Ashe Stadium to become Britain’s first female Grand Slam winner in 44 years.

It was only Emma’s second major appearance, and the new world No. 23 made headlines around the world, appeared on several TV channels in the United States, and she also attended the Met Gala last month in a monochromatic Chanel dress. ensemble.

MailOnline also revealed she was spending time with longtime friend and former British tennis protégé Benjamin, who is studying in New York. He was seen hugging her in front of one of her new Nike billboards in Times Square.

Popular: Amid her newfound fame, she even stopped to take a picture with an adoring fan

Popular: Amid her newfound fame, she even stopped to take a picture with an adoring fan

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