Newly topped BNP Paribas Open champion Cameron Norrie is satisfied Emma Raducanu’s US Open triumph will result in extra children selecting up rackets in Britain, including her fairytale impressed him.
Raducanu went the place no different tennis participant had gone earlier than at Flushing Meadows as she grew to become the primary qualifier to a win a Grand Slam.
Norrie drew inspiration from the 18-year-old as only a month later he grew to become the primary British participant to win the BNP Paribas Open singles title.
The 26-year-old believes Raducanu’s success is “large for British tennis”.
“That was totally unbelievable what she did in New York. To return via qualifying after which to exit and simply whack each opponent that she had,” he instructed Sky Sports activities.
“She gained in straight units and to do this at such a younger age. To do it with that type of confidence and are available out and personal each match was extraordinarily spectacular.
“It should undoubtedly give the women round her rating the place she was earlier than the US Open lots of confidence and lots of perception.
“I used to be impressed by her triumph in New York. It’s large for British tennis. I feel for positive it’s going to place lots of rackets in hand for the subsequent era of youthful girls and boys to begin taking part in tennis at dwelling within the UK.”