‘A long way to go’: Raducanu out of French Open after defeat to Sasnovich
Emma Raducanu's 2022 season has been a lengthy, valuable learning curve, and on Wednesday
Another mid-match drop in intensity was enough for the 19-year-old to lose momentum and the match
As she was eventually blasted off the court in Paris.
Raducanu had no response against Aliaksandra Sasnovich's outstanding, clean shot-making in the second round at Roland Garros
Losing 3-6, 6-1, 6-1. Raducanu moves on to the grass court swing with just two wins against top-50 players this year
Indicating that higher-ranked opponents are slowly learning to attack the holes in her game
As the tour goes to quicker courts, she hopes to address this issue.
"I think before I would have let the losses kind of affect me more than I am right now
Raducanu stated in her press conference, cutting a positive figure. "Now I just look at everything as a lesson, and I can pinpoint exactly where I went wrong
where I can improve, and where other people are superior to me."
Muchova is returning from injuries after reaching the 2021 Australian Open semi-final and was ranked in the top 20 last year
Despite the ranking upset. What this means is that five of the top ten seeds have already fallen, leaving the bottom half wide open for anybody wants it.