The University reportedly told the British No1 that she is 'welcome anytime'Wikimedia Commmons/Louis Ashworth

Emma Raducanu’s grandmother has revealed that the tennis superstar received an offer from the University of Cambridge and plans to study here “as soon as she has the time”.

Raducanu scored highly in her A levels last year just weeks before winning the US open, becoming the first-ever qualifier in the Open era to win a grand slam title.

She achieved an A* in maths and an A in economics, the subject she would study at Cambridge.

The University reportedly told the British No1 that she is “welcome anytime”.

Raducanu’s net worth is estimated at over £10 million thanks to prize money from the likes of Tiffany, Nike, Dior and Vodafone.

However, education is still important to the nineteen year old.


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Her Grandmother told the Daily Mail: “Emma has always split her life between practice and school. She is planning to honour her university offer as soon as she can.”

She added: “Money comes and goes, but an education will never go away”.

Raducanu is now preparing for Wimbledon, which starts on Monday, after suffering a freak injury that forced her to pull out of the Nottingham Open earlier this month.