Emma Raducanu's WTA Tour schedule for 2022: Where and when can we see British No 1 in action next?
Where and when are we likely to see Emma Raducanu play on the WTA Tour in 2022? The US Open champion has no points to defend up until Wimbledon, so the teenager and her team can plan diligently as she looks to improve on her current world ranking of 18 over the next six months
Last Updated: 13/01/22 4:03pm
All eyes will be on how Emma Raducanu progresses in 2022. The teenager from Kent has a new coach and a world ranking of 18, but how does her schedule shape up?
The British No 1 first caught the attention of the British public with a run to the fourth round at Wimbledon last year before following it up with a fairy-tale run at the US Open.
Raducanu, who has an A-star and A in maths and economics, became the first British woman since Virginia Wade at Wimbledon in 1977, to win a Grand Slam.
She won 10 straight matches in New York - including three in qualifying - without dropping a set.
Wow…that was some year🤯 2 pics to sum up my 2021 season🩸💧I want to say thank you & that I'm extremely grateful for your generous support. I’ve learnt many things at a fast pace on this incredible journey but all I can say is that I'm very excited & motivated for my next steps pic.twitter.com/SYgGccOx89— Emma Raducanu (@EmmaRaducanu) November 17, 2021
Raducanu is due to meet 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens in the first round of the Australian Open with a potential showdown against her idol Simona Halep later down the line should she progress that far.
But what about the rest of her season? Raducanu, her coach Torben Beltz, and the rest of her management team will be planning meticulously as the 19-year-old prepares for her first full season on the Tour.
WTA tournaments coming up until the start of Wimbledon...
Feb 7: St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy
Feb 14: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
Feb 20: Qatar Total Open (Doha)
Feb 21: Abierto Akron Zapopan (Guadalajara)
Feb 28: Abierto GNP Seguros (Monterrey)
Feb 28: Metropole de Lyon Open
Mar 9: BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells)
Mar 22: Miami Open
Apr 4: Charleston Open
Apr 4: Copa Colsanitas (Bogota)
Apr 18: Tennis Championship Istanbul
Apr 18: Porsche Tennis Grand Prix (Stuttgart)
Apr 28: Mutua Madrid Open
May 9: Internazionali BNL d'Italia (Rome)
May 15: Internationaux de Strasbourg
May 15: Grand Prix Sar La Princesse Lalla Meryem (Rabat)
May 15: Cologne Open
May 22: FRENCH OPEN (Paris)
Jun 6: Libema Open ('s Hertogenbosch)
Jun 6: Nottingham Open
Jun 13: Birmingham Classic
Jun 13: Bett1Open (Berlin)
Jun 19: Eastbourne International
Jun 19: Bad Homburg Open
Jun 27: WIMBLEDON