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Raducanu withdraws from French Open qualifying

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Emma Raducanu plays a forehand at the Madrid Open

Emma Raducanu has played only once at the French Open and reached the second round in 2022 (Getty Images)

Britain’s Emma Raducanu has withdrawn from qualifying for this week’s French Open.

The 21-year-old, who won the US Open title in 2021, remains the third alternate in the Roland Garros main draw.

No reason has been given for its withdrawal.

Qualifying begins on Monday and the French Open begins on May 26.

Raducanu did not receive a wild card for the clay court Grand Slam.

He hasn’t played since losing in the first round of the Madrid Open in April.

After her straight-sets loss to Argentine qualifier María Lourdes Carle, Raducanu said she was “mentally and emotionally exhausted.”

He is ranked 212th in the world, having fallen to 303rd following wrist and ankle operations last year.

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