New role for Raducanu

Chennai : HSBC has announced a four-year partnership with Emma Raducanu, current British women’s tennis number one and the reigning US Open champion,with the shared ambition to create opportunities for the next generation
Emma made tennis history when in 2021, she became the youngestf emale British player to win the US Open. Since then, her authenticity, talent and determination has made a global impact beyond the tennis world as an international citizen, who embraces a multi-cultural lifestyle.
In her announcement video, Emma reveals her excitement about the collaboration which is anchored inshared interests and values, championinginternationalism, inclusivity, and opportunity for young people. HSBC is partner to five Olympic sports – golf, rugby sevens, tennis, badminton and football. Underpinning this support is a commitment to future generations and a sustainable and accessible future for sport.
HSBC is the Official Banking Partner of The Championships, Wimbledon
Noel Quinn, HSBC Global Chief Executive, said HSBC has had a longstanding relationship with Emma and her family for many years. We’re hugely proud of Emma and what she has already achieved in her professional career. We also believe there are some really great and innovative ways that we can work with her to inspire and educate young people, which is why we’re so pleased to have forged this new long-term partnership.’
Emma said, To partner with HSBC is so natural for me having grown up playing in the HSBC Road to Wimbledon and having been a customer for many years. If I wasn’t a tennis player, I would definitely want to work in finance so I’m excited to learn more about the industry in the years to come. We are working on some really cool ideas and I’m particularly looking forward to working on initiatives that help young people such as financial education, but watch this space’.