EMMA RADUCANU swapped her £5,000 runaround car for a stunning £125,000 Porsche to rock up to training.
The 2021 US Open champion, 19, is working hard to return back to full fitness.
Emma Raducanu drove into training in a £125,000 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet
The 19-year-old still has her first car, a £5,000 Dacia Sandero
And she drove into the gym last week in her fresh silver Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet complete with a red soft-top roof in the autumn sunshine.
Raducanu shared the smiley snap carrying a bottle of protein milkshake, her phone, bag and Wilson tennis racket on Instagram – decked out in her Nike gym gear and Tiffany jewellery.
She also uploaded a series of snaps from the brutal workout and a selfie during a massage from physio Will Herbet.
Raducanu stormed to global stardom when she came through qualifying to win the US Open without dropping a single set.
As well as landing £1.8m in prize money, the Bromley ace secured a long list of mega-bucks endorsements, including with Dior, Tiffany, Vodafone… and as the new face for luxury German car manufacturer Porsche.
Upon signing the deal, Rads said: “One of my first tennis coaches drove a 911.
“Whenever I would turn up to practice in the morning, I would see his Porsche, I would go ‘wow’ and be dreaming of one day sitting in my own.
“My favourite car is the 911 for sure. Throughout the generations it’s so unique and beautiful in every way.
“I feel like it’s one of the most iconic cars out there.”
The petrolhead, who loved go-karting as a kid, therefore likely got her hands on her new sleek motor as part of her sponsorship deal.
It is a far cry from the budget Dacia Sandero she bought at the beginning of lockdown after passing her test in 2020.
However, the tennis ace told SE she would never get rid of her first car – which is Romanian, the homeland of her father.
Raducanu ended her season early after struggling to overcome a wrist injury and splitting with her latest coach, Dmitry Tursunov.
She treated herself to a weekend off at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire to take a break for her busy schedule.
And the youngster would have had no issues footing the bill at the luxury country resort.
Raducanu came third in the list of the top-earning female athletes for the 12 months up to May 2022 – behind only Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams.
The teenage superstar pocketed £2.8m from tennis prize money and a further £20m from her various sponsorships.
Raducanu signed her deal with Porsche after being crowned US Open champ
She relaxed with a weekend away at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire