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Emma Raducanu stuns with £19,000 bracelet, £4,000 necklace and £7,500 earrings from Tiffany

A dazzling start! Emma Raducanu, 19, stuns in a £4,000 necklace, £19,000 bracelet and £7,500 earrings from Tiffany for her Wimbledon opener

  • Emma Raducanu took to center court for her Wimbledon opener
  • 19-year-old Orpington Bromley showed off some stunning Tiffany jewelery
  • Raducanu has been a Tiffany Ambassador since September 2021

Emma Raducanu was outfitted in Tiffany jewelery worth an estimated £30,000 today as she took to the court for her opening match at Wimbledon.

Present on the center court to successfully face the Belgian player Alison Van Uytvanck, the 19-year-old star represented the jewelry brand of which she has been the ambassador since last September.

She sported a stunning pair of platinum-set, diamond-encrusted pearl teardrop earrings worth an estimated £7,575 from the Tiffany Victoria Collection.

Raducanu, from Orpington, Bromley, paired the earrings with a matching necklace from the same collection, priced at £3,875.

She is believed to have worn a classic Tiffany bracelet in white gold encrusted with round diamonds on her wrist, priced at a staggering £18,900.

Emma Raducanu wore a diamond-encrusted white gold Tiffany bracelet costing nearly £19,000 during her Wimbledon opener

Emma wore classic pearl pieces from the Tiffany Victoria collection as she took on Alison Van Uytvanck on center court at the Wimbledon opener

The tennis star was announced as a Tiffany ambassador last year following her stunning victory at the US Open after beating Canadian Leylah Fernandez.

Then aged just 18, Raducanu became the first British woman to win a Grand Slam since Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977.

The teenager won the $2.5million prize after a sensational tournament in New York in which she didn’t drop a single set.

This is the 19-year-old’s second Wimbledon tournament, having entered the competition in 2021 after completing her A-level exams.

Then ranked 338th in the world, the teenager qualified for the fourth round but had to give up during a face-to-face with Australian Ajla Tomljanovic when she began to suffer from breathing difficulties.

The following day, Raducanu took to Instagram to explain that she had been advised not to continue playing.

The teenager has been a Tiffany brand ambassador since September 2021, when she claimed victory at the US Open after a sensational tournament.

The teenager has been a Tiffany brand ambassador since September 2021, when she claimed victory at the US Open after a sensational tournament.

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Raducanu, from Orpington, Bromley, wore a combination of pearl earrings and necklaces as she dazzled on center court

She wrote: “At the end of the first set, after super intense rallies, I started breathing heavily and felt dizzy.”

“The medical team advised me not to continue and although it was the hardest thing in the world not being able to complete my Wimbledon on the court, I was not well enough to continue.”

Her road to Wimbledon 2022 has not been easy as the star suffered a “freak injury” at the Nottingham Open while facing Viktorija Golubic earlier this month.

However, she won her first match on the biggest stage at Wimbledon this afternoon as she made her center court debut in a first-round win over Belgium’s Alison Van Uytvanck in straight sets.

The star is recovering from a

The star is recovering from a ‘freak injury’ she suffered while playing at the Nottingham Open earlier this month

Raducanu won 6-4 6-4 to delight the center court crowd as she made her comeback after a series of injuries.

The match against the Belgian was a hard fought one for rising star Raducanu as she was forced to smash her opponent after being broken in the second set to emerge victorious.

The British No.1 waved to onlookers as she arrived at the All England Club, before taking shelter under an umbrella during a downpour.

The young star was warmly welcomed by British tennis fans at Wimbledon as her mother Renee and other supporters cheered her on from the pitch.

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