“Physically I feel like that’s going to be one of my biggest assets. My team has spoken about it. I think that I’m going to be, like, one of the best athletes on the tour, and that’s going to be a big part of my game.”
While she thought there was still a way to go until she reached her peak, Raducanu thought she was doing the right things and added: “Yeah, I would say there is a very long way to go, but I’m definitely starting the right work now.” The British No 1 will now head to the Miami Open where she has received a wildcard into the main draw, and reflected on her Indian Wells run following her exit.
“I think it’s been a good 10 days. Yeah, I haven’t trained particularly much before the tournament, but I feel like I’ll probably take a day to recover tomorrow physically, because since the tournament started, I have done a little bit of something every day,” she explained. “So just to reset a bit mentally and physically tomorrow, and then, yeah, take it from there.”