Wimbledon 2021: Gauff to Shapovalov to Raducanu, 6 youngsters who impressed with super show at Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2021: Coco Gauff to Denis Shapovalov to Emma Raducanu, 6 youngsters who impressed; Iga Swiatek & Barbora Krejcikova, Ons Jabeur
Wimbledon 2021: Coco Gauff to Denis Shapovalov to Emma Raducanu, 6 youngsters who impressed; Iga Swiatek & Barbora Krejcikova, Ons Jabeur

Wimbledon 2021: Coco Gauff to Denis Shapovalov to Emma Raducanu, 5 youngsters who impressed with super show at Wimbledon- Like French Open 2021, Wimbledon 2021 was also full of surprises. The biggest of them were upsets caused to top tennis players Andy Murray and Venus Williams. While Ons Jaber defeated 5-time champion, Venus Williams, 22-year-old Denis Shapovalov outclassed Andy Murray in a three-set stunner. Meanwhile, 18-year-old Coco Gauff and French Open 2021 champion Barbora Krejcikova have continued their dream run in grand slams as they advanced into round 4. 20-year-old former French Open champion Iga Swiatek is also dominating at Wimbledon 2021. A new name Emma Raducanu has also become talk of the town at Wimbledon 2021.

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Wimbledon 2021: Coco Gauff to Denis Shapovalov to Emma Raducanu, 5 youngsters who impressed with super show at Wimbledon

Emma Raducanu

Britisher Emma Raducanu has made a name for herself by becoming the lowest ranked (338) player in the entire women’s draw to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon since 1959. The 18-year-old is yet to drop a single sets in last three rounds. She defeated World No.45 Sorana Cirstea, Marketa Vandrousova and Vitalia Diatchenko. She will face off Australia  No.2 Ajla TomIjanovic for a place in the quarterfinals.

Raducanu is projected a guaranteed rise to No.175, with a bounce into the high 130s if she can get past Tomljanovic. Raducanu  is a member of the LTA’s Pro Scholarship Programme, providing support – including physio, wellbeing, medical, financial, and access to the National Tennis Centre – to the best 16-24-year-old players in Britain.

Coco Gauff

The promising youngster Coco Gauff has shown signs of becoming the next big name in top-flight tennis. The 18-year-old first reached the quarterfinals at Roland Garros and has now won the first three-round matches at Wimbledon 2021. Like Swiatek, Gauff too is yet to lose a single set at All England Tennis Club this year. He defeated the likes of Kaja Juvan, Elina Vesnina, and Francesca Jones in the first three rounds of Wimbledon 2021. The 20th seed will now meet 25th seed Angelique Kerber to reduce her gap in her quest to the maiden grand slam title.

Barbora Krejcikova

French Open 2021 singles and doubles champion Barbora Krejcikova has continued her dream at Wimbledon 2021. She has defeated the likes of Sevastova, Petkovic, and Tauson to progress into round 4. The 25-year-old will be aiming to add back-to-back grand slam titles to her name. She will be up against World No.1 Ash Barty on Monday, one of her biggest tests at Wimbledon 2021.

Iga Swiatek

Seventh seed Iga Swiatek of Poland has continued her dream in Wimbledon 2021. She is yet to lose a single set against her rivals in the first three rounds of her maiden Wimbledon draw. She has dominated the likes of S. Hseih, Vera Zvonareva and I Begu in straight sets. Swiatek will next face Ons Jabeur in round 4 of Wimbledon 2021. Can she repeat her Roland Garros 2020 heroics in Wimbledon 2021? Follow us to find out.

Ons Jabeur

21st seed Ons Jabeur has become the first Arab woman to reach the last 16 of Wimbledon. She has lost just a single set in her last three matches of Wimbledon 2021. In the first two rounds, she defeated Petersen and Venus Williams, which followed her victory over 11th seed Gabrine Muguruza to set her meeting against Swiatek in the fourth round. Jabeur is chasing her first Wimbledon title.

Denis Shapovalov

10th seed Denis Shapovalov of Canada has impressed in his outings at Wimbledon. He defeated the two-time champion, Andy Murray, in a dominating three-set stunner. He had managed a hard-fought 5-set thriller against Kohlschreiber before progressing to the third round following a walkover by Pablo Andujar of Spain. He will next face 8th seed Roberto Bautista Agut. The 22-year-old is chasing his first major at Wimbledon 2021.

Wimbledon 2021: Coco Gauff to Denis Shapovalov to Emma Raducanu, 5 youngsters who impressed with super show at Wimbledon

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