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Emma Raducanu Shows Off Tiffany Jewelry During Australian Open Debut

Emma Raducanu – the £40,000 dazzle! Tennis ace sports array of Tiffany jewelry during Australian Open debut

  • The 19-year-old tennis champion stormed into the second round of the Australian Open on Tuesday
  • Raducanu took 6-0, 2-6, 6-1 victory over American Sloane Stephens
  • She sparkled in a £18,900 bracelet with £4,975 ring and £2,575 earrings
  • Brit signed an estimated £2m deal with Tiffany in September last year



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It was more than just her tennis skills that dazzled spectators as she made her Australian Open debut.

British tennis sensation Emma Raducanu, 19, stormed into the second round, dripping in over £40,000 worth of Tiffany jewellery.

Miss Raducanu, who signed an estimated £2m deal with the luxury jeweler in September, took a 6-0, 2-6, 6-1 victory over American player Sloane Stephens yesterday.

Emma Raducanu shone on the track in a £18,900 bracelet, paired with a matching ring worth £4,975 and matching earrings worth £2,575

Emma Raducanu shone on the track in a £18,900 bracelet, paired with a matching ring worth £4,975 and matching earrings worth £2,575

Miss Raducanu plays a forehand in her first-round singles match against Sloane Stephens during day two of the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Miss Raducanu plays a forehand in her first-round singles match against Sloane Stephens during day two of the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Miss Raducanu plays a forehand in her first-round singles match against Sloane Stephens during day two of the Australian Open on Tuesday.

She shone on the Melbourne court in a £18,900 bracelet, paired with a matching ring worth £4,975 and matching earrings worth £2,575.

She wore a link bracelet worth £3,700 and a large cross pendant for £9,875.

The tennis star, who was still in school a year ago, could be worth £6million, according to experts, with her US Open win alone netting her around £2million in prize money.

Miss Raducanu will play against the Montenegrin Danka Kovinic tomorrow.

Raducanu kisses the US Open championship trophy after her win over Leylah Annie Fernandez last year

Raducanu kisses the US Open championship trophy after her win over Leylah Annie Fernandez last year

Raducanu kisses the US Open championship trophy after her win over Leylah Annie Fernandez last year

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