EMMA RADUCANU rose to super-stardom after her incredible US Open triumph last September as a qualifier.
And that led to endorsements with huge global brands desperate to pay her the big bucks to be their poster girl, including Dior, Vodafone, Tiffany & Co, Porsche and HSBC.
Though the British star’s agent Max Eisenbud has said that she has snubbed MILLIONS of pounds as they limit her sponsor days to 18 each year to find the right balance between tennis and her endorsements.
Eisenbud said: “I would imagine by the end of the year the amount of days she uses will be around 13.
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“But when the 19th day comes, and it’s millions of dollars and you have got to say ‘no’ because you’re being true to the 18 days.
“If she had zero shoot dates everything would be the same. It’s been a tough year.
“It’s probably panned out, she got a lot of bad luck and what really hurt her was (catching) Covid and not having a great off-season, and then she was playing catch up.
“But I think that if she had zero shoot dates, everything would be the same.
“I know from the outside, you guys want to look at all those things – but if she locked herself in the room for the whole year and didn’t do anything, I think it would be the same.”
What is Emma Raducanu’s net worth?
Emma Raducanu’s net worth is £10m, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
Her on-court tennis career earnings currently stand at £2.7m, £1.8m of that coming in New York for the US Open triumph and £360,000 in 2022.