Rumors of Emma Raducanu, 20, a former US Open champion, dating Carlo Agostinelli, 22, the son of the billionaire, Robert Frank Agostinelli, have surfaced on the internet.

The duo was spotted last night in western London, where Agostinelli can be seen carrying flowers for Raducanu, as reported by Daily Mail. She was seen wearing Agostinelli’s suit jacket.

Recently, Tennis star Emma Raducanu decided not to compete in the forthcoming Wimbledon event due to ailments in her wrist and ankle. She consequently lost her ranking as the top female player in the UK.

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Despite her absence on the field. Raducanu is still making it to the headlines with the rumors of her dating Carlo Agostinelli. The former US Open champion appears to be dating Carlo Agostinelli. Agostinelli, a former Harrow Public School head boy, played football while attending Stanford University in the United States to complete his studies in international affairs. 

Agostinelli comes from a privileged family. He is the son of Robert Agostinelli, an American billionaire in private equity who lives in London and is 70 years old. Former Goldman Sachs banker Robert Agostinelli has had a career filled with excitement, including a failed bid to purchase Liverpool FC.

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However, rumors of them dating fumed as Emma Raducanu and Carlo Agostinelli posted pictures on their own social media pages last month. As they were seen spending time together and having fun in Mexico City. Additionally, Raducanu has been observed going to Agostinelli’s £2 million flat, which depicted their developing friendship.

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Prior to that, Heloise, Carlo Agostinelli’s model sister, also posted a photo to social media that showed her and Emma Raducanu enjoying a meal at a posh restaurant in Paris.

Just two years ago, Emma Raducanu was an unrecognized schoolgirl studying in Orpington, southeast London, with little public awareness. She enthralled a Covid-affected nation, nevertheless, by making it to Wimbledon’s final 16, only to withdraw from the tournament owing to medical issues shortly after finishing her studies. Surprisingly, she won the title and a £2 million reward at the US Open in just two months.