STUTTGART HIGHLIGHTS: Raducanu falls to eventual champ Swiatek

Emma Raducanu has changed coaches again, deciding to stop her partnership with Torben Beltz.

The 19-year-old British player started working with the German coach during the off-season.

Raducanu thanked him for his "huge heart" and "professionalism" but said in a statement, "I feel the best direction for my development is to transition to a new training model with the LTA supporting in the interim."

Raducanu had been coached by Nigel Sears during her fourth-round run at Wimbledon last year. She then had Andrew Richardson at the helm during her Grand Slam triumph at the 2021 US Open, but did not extend the trial collaboration upon finishing the tournament. Raducanu later brought on LTA coach Jeremy Bates on a temporary basis before selecting Beltz as her new coach, and has experienced frequent changes to her team during her young career.

Affected by injuries, she had not won back-to-back matches this season until a week ago in Stuttgart, where she reached the quarterfinals in what was her first WTA-level event on clay courts.

Raducanu is ranked a career-high No.11 on the WTA Tour.