Emma Raducanu wore £4,500 pearl and diamond earrings during historic US Open win

Her sporting prowess, endearing personality and multicultural background have seen her heralded as a ‘sponsor’s dream’.

And Emma Raducanu was sparkling on and off the court in New York after signing a deal with jewellers Tiffany & Co – even wearing £4,500 earrings with pearls and diamonds during her historic US Open win. 

She also wore a white gold £3,275 ring and a £2,750 cross pendant. She teamed the pieces with a £17,100 diamond hinged bangle, also from Tiffany.

Emma Raducanu was sparkling on and off the court in New York after signing a deal with jewellers Tiffany & Co

Emma Raducanu was sparkling on and off the court in New York after signing a deal with jewellers Tiffany & Co

Emma Raducanu was sparkling on and off the court in New York after signing a deal with jewellers Tiffany & Co

Despite only coming to public prominence following her appearance at Wimbledon this summer, Miss Raducanu has already signed a lucrative clothing and shoe deal with Nike

Despite only coming to public prominence following her appearance at Wimbledon this summer, Miss Raducanu has already signed a lucrative clothing and shoe deal with Nike

Despite only coming to public prominence following her appearance at Wimbledon this summer, Miss Raducanu has already signed a lucrative clothing and shoe deal with Nike

At the press conference, Miss Raducanu swapped her pearl earrings for a £2,925 gold pair.

Despite only coming to public prominence following her appearance at Wimbledon this summer, Miss Raducanu has already signed a lucrative clothing and shoe deal with Nike, a racquet deal with Wilson, and she appears in the current issue of Vogue magazine.

Emma Raducanu poses with the US Open winner's trophy outside Arthur Ashe Stadium

Emma Raducanu poses with the US Open winner's trophy outside Arthur Ashe Stadium

Emma Raducanu poses with the US Open winner’s trophy outside Arthur Ashe Stadium

She is currently managed by Max Eisenbud, a tennis super agent, who helped former Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova earn up to £20million a year

She is currently managed by Max Eisenbud, a tennis super agent, who helped former Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova earn up to £20million a year

She is currently managed by Max Eisenbud, a tennis super agent, who helped former Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova earn up to £20million a year

Experts now predict a slew of sponsorship deals and endorsements which could make her worth £150million.

She is currently managed by Max Eisenbud, a tennis super agent, who helped former Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova earn up to £20million a year in sponsorships.

Sharapova, now 34, was the top-paid female athlete for 11 years straight and had deals with Land Rover, Tag Heuer watches, Pepsi, Sony, Motorola and Canon.

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