Emma Raducanu vs Marta Kostyuk LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, UK start time

EMMA RADUCANU faces fellow teenager Marta Kostyuk today for place in the last eight at the Transylvania Open.

The US Open champion was back to her best in the last round, cruising past Ana Bogdan in straight sets.

  • Start time: 5.30pm BST approx
  • TV channel/live stream: Amazon Prime Video

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Raducanu saw off Ana Bogdan to continue her resurgence in Transylvania


Raducanu saw off Ana Bogdan to continue her resurgence in TransylvaniaCredit: AP

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    Dad Ian will be cheering on Raducanu from the crowd in the country of his birth after missing her US Open triumph in New York last month.

    Raducanu said: “It means a lot that he is here in his home country.

    “He wouldn’t normally travel with me but because it is Romania, he had to come. He wasn’t going to miss the opportunity.

    “It’s great to have him here because he has obviously gone through my whole journey with me.

    “This is a really cool moment for me. It’s a very new experience but I’m so happy my first two WTA wins were here in Cluj in Romania.

    “I just want to stay in the tournament for as long as possible really.”


    This might be the first pro meeting between the pair, but Raducanu knows Kostyuk well from the junior circuit – and isn’t ready for an easy game.

    She revealed: “Marta is a great opponent, she absolutely destroyed me in the juniors every single time, so it will be an interesting match, I’m looking forward to it.

    “She was playing full-time and practicing, on the road, from a very young age. She developed a lot of skills doing that.

    “I kind of came from behind and caught up this year.”


    Britain’s new teenage superstar is back in action today at the Transylvania Open.

    Emma Raducanu breezed into the quarter-finals yesterday with an assured performance against home-favourite Ana Bogdan.

    With her father watching on from the stands, Raducanu found her rhythm early in the contest and never looked back in a straight-sets victory.

    That sets up a showdown today against fellow teenager Marta Kostyuk, a talented 19-year-old Ukrainian.

    It’s all set up to be a belter in Romania, with a potential showdown against Simona Halep for the winner.

    Play gets underway around 5.15pm, so let’s get straight to it.

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