The impressive performance of Emma Raducanu at the US Open on Saturday has brought so much excitement to the people of Britain.
The 18-year-old sportswoman became the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam singles when she beat her 19-year-old opponent from Canada 6-4 and 6-3; also making her the youngest Briton to ever clinch the Grand Slam title.
The young spokeswoman is the first woman since Serena William in 2014 to win the US Open without dropping a set.
She is also the first British woman to win at Flushing meadows since Virginia Wade in 1968.
Several popular sportspeople and even the Queen of England have reached out to congratulate the young player.
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The Queen personally sent her congratulations through a letter to the player stating how it was such a tremendous achievement at a very young age to have won the United States Open tennis championships.
The Queen also acknowledged Raducanu’s opponent who was also young by expressing that these two women were such an inspiration to the next generation of tennis players.
The 18-year-old felt deeply touched that her majesty could send personal congratulations after having been more stunned that the Queen had observed her tennis.
In her excitement and outburst, she gave a hint of the possibility of framing the Queen’s letter.
Insiders from the Royal palace are circulating that the young sportswoman might be qualified for an OBE which stands for the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire awarded to characters that the Queen has found of distinct qualities.
Among the popular people who have congratulated the young player, former England footballer Gary Lineker and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford expressed their acknowledgement.