Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk defeated the misfiring 18-year-old 6-2 6-1 in below an hour on the WTA 250 occasion in Cluj-Napoca, with the Brit committing 41 unforced errors throughout the contest.
“I wasn’t bodily feeling 100%. I used to be fairly drained and torpid at this time. Generally you simply have these days the place you do not really feel your greatest,” Raducanu instructed reporters. “I knew from the morning, I knew from observe.
“I needed to go on the market on the court docket and take a look at my greatest and see the way it was going to go, possibly it will go higher. However I simply could not get it going at this time sadly.
“It is simply disappointing that you’ve got as of late. It isn’t a pleasant feeling to have, however I simply want to maneuver on from it and brush it off. After which I will be again in one other event quickly.”
Raducanu stunningly received the Flushing Meadows title in September as a qualifier and after the grand slam introduced that she would now not be working with former Davis Cup participant Andrew Richardson.
The Brit mentioned “issues are trying up, so it is getting in a very good route” together with her seek for a brand new coach.
Raducanu received her first two matches on the WTA tour this week and is scheduled to play her final event of the season on the Nov. 6-12 Higher Austria Women Linz.
“I feel it is simply the final six months,” she mentioned. “It has been loads of learnings and I’ve skilled rather a lot within the final six months with not a lot gaps.
“I am simply adapting to the fast-paced lifetime of the tour and clearly nonetheless very new to it, so it is nonetheless going to take me a while to regulate.
“After Linz I am going to most likely have per week off simply to reset and (be) mentally and bodily contemporary for the robust preseason. It will be my first one and from what I’ve heard, it is a very troublesome 4 weeks bodily.”