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Emma Raducanu upgrades her Sunday routine at the British Grand Prix
The 18-year-old was given the VIP experience at Silverstone Circuit over the weekend.
Published Jul 20, 2021
Emma Raducanu's Sunday routine has gotten a massive upgrade since her star-making run at Wimbledon. Over the weekend, the teen was invited to go behind the scenes at a Formula One race.
Raducanu stole headlines by reaching the fourth round at the All England Club, ultimately retiring to Ajla Tomljanovic due to breathing difficulties. Despite the somber finish, she lit up her home crowd throughout the first week and became the youngest British woman in the Open Era to reach the last 16 at Wimbledon.
The British teen was spotted with other celebrities like soccer star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang; Tom Cruise and Prince Edward were also in attendance.
Raducanu not only got to sit in the Red Bull pit and take a look at all the historic sports cars, but she also hopped behind the wheel of a McLaren supercar.
Just a casual Sunday, right?
Raducanu will soon be back in action after earning a wildcard into next month's Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose. She will be joined by Grand Slam champions Sloane Stephens and Sofia Kenin at the WTA 500 event.