Emma Raducanu reveals battle with stomach bug following Australian Open exit

Melbourne, Australia – Emma Raducanu, the British tennis player who dazzled the world by reaching the US Open final last year, recently shared her struggle with a stomach bug that led to her exit from the Australian Open. The fourth round of the tournament is currently underway, with several notable matches captivating fans.

Novak Djokovic, the world’s number one player, breezed through to the quarter-finals with an impressive 6-0, 6-0, 6-3 victory over Adrian Mannarino. Djokovic’s quarter-final opponent will be Taylor Fritz, who defeated seventh seed Stefanos Tsisipas. Meanwhile, Jannik Sinner secured his place in the last-eight with a straight-sets win over Karen Khachanov.

In the women’s singles, defending champion Aryna Sabalenka comfortably defeated Amanda Anisimova, while US Open champion Coco Gauff also secured her spot in the quarter-finals after a dominant performance against Magdalena Frech. However, the tournament took a surprising turn when Iga Swiatek, the top seed, suffered a defeat in the third round against Czech teenager Linda Noskova.

British No 1 Cameron Norrie made history by advancing to the fourth round for the first time at the Australian Open. Norrie’s impressive four-set victory against 11th seed Casper Ruud showcased his determination and resilience on the court.

The Australian Open continues to enthrall fans, with thrilling matchups and unexpected outcomes. Alex De Minaur, the home favorite, is set to face fifth seed Andrey Rublev in the night session. As the tournament progresses, tennis enthusiasts eagerly await the next chapter of this gripping competition.