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Emma Raducanu’s tiny bank balance revealed before earning £12m fortune from stunning US Open triumph

EMMA RADUCANU had just £44 in her company account before earning £12million after her remarkable US Open triumph last year.

The teenager set up the company Harbour 6 limited in February 2020 and last week it filed its first set of accounts which included figures up to February 2021.

Raducanu rapidly became a superstar thanks to her US Open victory

And, as reported by The Mail, she had £55,682 in her account but owed creditors £54,888.

A further £750 was subtracted from that total to cover “provision for liabilities”.

As a result, this left her with just £44 to her name.

Since then though, Raducanu has shot to superstardom after becoming the first EVER qualifier to win a singles Grand Slam when she stunned the sporting world by lifting the US Open trophy back in September.



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The Brit’s sensational victory in New York saw her collect £1.8m in prize money.

And she then went on to secure sponsorship deals with the likes of Porsche, Evian and Dior.

She also has a deal with mobile phone company Vodafone, as well as being a global ambassador for British Airways.

And while she has had a Nike deal for four years, it is thought to have been renegotiated following her triumphant fortnight in America.


All this has seen her net worth sore to as high as £12m.

And after her glory in New York last year, PR expert Mark Borkowski tipped her to become the first billion dollar female sports star.

He said: “Potentially, I see her as a billion dollar girl.

“She’s everything that is really positive about the new icons that this age has got to throw up.

“In the conflicting culture wars, here we have someone who is young, incredibly talented, has a multicultural background, everything about her is what every brand would like to get their hands on right now.”