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2024 - 7 - 8

Lulu Sun's Sensational Wimbledon Journey: From Qualifier to Quarter-Finalist

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Lulu Sun shocks Emma Raducanu in a three-set battle at Wimbledon, securing her spot in the quarter-finals. Find out more about this surprising upset!

Lulu Sun, a New Zealand qualifier, created waves at Wimbledon by defeating home favorite Emma Raducanu in a thrilling three-set match on Sunday, 7 July. This victory marked Sun's first ever quarter-final appearance at the prestigious tournament, stunning the tennis world with her remarkable performance.

The match between Lulu Sun and Emma Raducanu captivated audiences with its intense gameplay and unexpected twists. Sun's historic win not only ended Raducanu's Wimbledon run but also showcased Sun's potential as a formidable contender on the court. The world No 123's victory over Raducanu highlighted the unpredictable nature of tennis and the emergence of new talents in the sport.

In a memorable display of skill and determination, Lulu Sun triumphed 6-2, 5-7, 6-2, securing her advancement to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon. Sun's remarkable journey from a qualifier to a quarter-finalist exemplifies the essence of sportsmanship and the thrill of underdog victories in elite competitions. As Sun continues to defy expectations, her presence in the tournament promises more exciting matches and surprising outcomes.

Lulu Sun's impressive performance at Wimbledon not only showcases her talent but also adds a new chapter to the tournament's history. Sun's unexpected rise and defeat of a higher-ranked opponent like Raducanu emphasize the fierce competition and unpredictability of tennis matches at the highest level. As Sun advances further in the tournament, fans eagerly anticipate more standout moments and upsets that define the essence of Grand Slam tournaments.

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Wimbledon: Lulu Sun shocks Emma Raducanu, Medvedev gets ... (India Today)

Lulu Sun reached her first ever quarter-final in Wimbledon after beating home favourite Emma Raducanu in a three-set battle on Sunday, 7 July.

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New Zealand's Lulu Sun stuns Raducanu to make Wimbledon ... (WTA Tennis)

New Zealand qualifier Lulu Sun continued her stunning Wimbledon debut by ousting Emma Raducanu in the fourth round at Wimbledon.

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Emma Raducanu's Wimbledon run ends after three-set defeat by ... (The Guardian)

Emma Raducanu bowed out as Lulu Sun, the world No 123, won 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 to make it through to the quarter-finals.

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Lulu Sun beats Emma Raducanu at Wimbledon (Tennis NZ)

This was a memorable match for so many moments. Sun became the first New Zealander to play a singles match on Centre Court at Wimbledon since Chris Lewis in the ...

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Emma Raducanu's Wimbledon is over after loss to qualifier Lulu Sun (The Athletic)

Emma Raducanu's Wimbledon is over after losing to New Zealand qualifier Lulu Sun on Centre Court on Sunday. Sun triumphed 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 in a dominant ...

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Kiwi Lulu Sun beats Raducanu to make Wimbledon quarter-finals (RNZ)

Lulu Sun has turned on a brilliant display to win her fourth round match against Emma Raducanu.

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Emma Raducanu relishing Lulu Sun clash on Centre Court at ... (

Emma Raducanu is ready to face a previous junior adversary when she takes on Lulu Sun in a Wimbledon fourth-round clash.

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Emma Raducanu knocked out of Wimbledon by Lulu Sun after ... (BBC News)

Emma Raducanu is out of Wimbledon after being hampered by a back injury in the deciding set of her fourth-round match against Lulu Sun.

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'Astonishing' Lulu Sun wins praise from British media over ... (RNZ)

Lulu Sun's ''thunderbolt'' forehands and her calm demeanour captured attention during her victory over British star Emma Raducanu at Wimbledon.

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Lulu Sun Inspired by YouTube Greats in Making Wimbledon History ... (News18)

Lulu Sun, ranked at 123 in the world, defeated 2021 US Open winner Emma Raducanu 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 at Wimbledon.

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Lulu Sun, Kiwi qualifier with global connections, into Wimbledon ... (Australian Open)

Born in New Zealand to Croatian and Chinese parents and raised in Switzerland before coming through the US college system, qualifier Lulu Sun has arrived in ...

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Who is Lulu Sun? Top things to know about Wimbledon's breakout star (Olympics)

One match at a time โ€“ that is how Lulu Sun has been approaching Wimbeldon 2024. Before her shock win (6-4, 2-6, 4-6) against eighth-seed Zheng Qinwen, ...

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Wimbledon: Lulu Sun basks in the limelight (Times of India)

Tennis News: The United Nations might've found itself a new poster girl in Lulu Sun. The 23-year-old, born Lulu Radovcic - in Te Anau, ...

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Meet Lulu Sun, the Kiwi qualifier who is taking Wimbledon by storm (The New York Times)

Lulu Sun grew up in a tiny town in New Zealand. On Sunday she beat Emma Raducanu on Centre Court at Wimbledon to reach the quarterfinals.

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In a Wimbledon full of surprises, one citizen of the world stands out (The Washington Post)

Lulu Sun's wild ride has taken her from from New Zealand to China to Switzerland to Texas to the Wimbledon quarterfinals.

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Lulu Sun has made $170K this year. She'll make at least $474K ... (MarketWatch)

She entered Wimbledon as the No. 123 ranked women's tennis player in the world, her highest ranking ever, and will likely be ranked much higher in the coming ...

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Lulu Sun's unexpected grand slam rise lighting up Wimbledon (The Guardian)

The unheralded New Zealand qualifier has already beaten Emma Raducanu and her run to the quarter-finals has illuminated the tournament.

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