Raducanu, the US Open winner, has parted ways with his coach.


Despite climbing to a high ranking of No. 11 this week after reaching the quarterfinals of the Stuttgart Open, the 19-year-old British player revealed Tuesday she's looking for "a new training approach."


In a statement, Raducanu stated, "I want to thank Torben for his coaching, professionalism, and effort over the previous half-year."


I've appreciated our strong connection during our time together since he has a big heart.

I believe that transitioning to a new training programme, with the (British tennis federation) supporting me in the meantime, is the greatest route for my growth."


Raducanu and her coach, Andrew Richardson, parted after Raducanu won the U.S. Open last year, becoming the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam title.


Beltz, the former coach of three-time major winner Angelique Kerber, was later hired, citing the need for someone with circuit experience.


This week, Raducanu will compete at the Madrid Open.


Despite reaching the quarterfinals of the Stuttgart Open and achieving to a career-high ranking of No. 11, she is looking for "a fresh training paradigm."


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