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Emma Raducanu celebrates rumored boyfriend’s birthday in private members’ club

Emma Raducanu was spotted celebrating Carlo Agostinelli’s 23rd birthday in Oswald’s, a luxurious private members’ club in London’s Mayfair district. On Friday, Agostinelli – who is heavily rumored in British media to be Raducanu’s boyfriend – celebrated his 23rd birthday.




Agostinelli is the son of Robert Agostinelli, an American private equity millionaire based in London. After Raducanu underwent multiple surgeries, she went to Mexico with Agostinelli. This week, Raducanu shared photos from a Greece vacation, where she was seemingly again joined by Agostinelli.






Raducanu preparing to play again
After returning to light gym work last week, Raducanu confirmed her participation at the MGM Macau Tennis Masters, which takes place in China between December 02-03.



In early December, Raducanu will play against Belinda Bencic and also appear in a mixed doubles match at the Chinese exhibition event.“There will be an even greater connection to the local community. Emma’s [Raducanu] Chinese roots and her remarkable rise to stardom by winning the US Open have made her a global sensation, while Wu Yibing’s historic feat as the first Chinese national to win an ATP tournament has significantly elevated his standing in world tennis,” Luiz Carvalho, a senior vice-president at sports group IMG, announced this week.Meanwhile, Raducanu had surgeries on both wrists and her left ankle in May.



“It is safe to say the last 10 months have been difficult as I dealt with a recurring injury on a bone of both hands. I tried my best to manage the pain and play through it for most of this year and end of last year by reducing practice load dramatically, missing weeks of training as well as cutting last season short to try [to] heal it.



Unfortunately, it’s not enough. I’m having a minor procedure done on both hands to resolve the issues,” Raducanu announced in May. It remains to be seen if Raducanu will play any other tournaments before the MGM Macau Tennis Masters.

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