TENNIS ace Emma Raducanu is ready for her next big rally as she poses in these luxury sports cars.
The reigning US Open champion, 19, smiled as she was pictured in a £150,000 white Porsche 911 GT3.
She was also pictured with a classic £27,000 911 Carrera 3.2 after signing up as an ambassador for the global sports car manufacturer.
And the tennis player from Bromley, south-east London, will get her own free Porsche to take away for a top spin.
Raducanu said: “Porsche has always been in my head. It’s one of the brands I’ve loved since I was young.
“One of my coaches had a 911 Targa. Yeah, cool trainer. Every time I saw it, I felt like I dreamed of one day sitting at home.
“It’s important for me to align myself with partners and brands that I really love and identify with.
“And I feel like because motorsport has always been a part of me, I think this partnership with Porsche is amazing.”
She added that she loves motorsport because it has a drive for continuous improvement, which she compared to tennis.
Emma added: “My favorite car is without a doubt the 911. Across the generations it is so unique and beautiful in every way.
“I feel like it’s one of the most iconic cars there is.”
She added: “When I was younger, I remember that the Porsche Grand Prix was always a big tournament and a very different and unique tournament because the winner received a Porsche.
“It has always been very special.”
Emma has been described as a huge oilhead who dabbled in karting and motocross as a child.
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said: “Emma not only embodies a new generation of strong and confident female players, but as a personality she is also an inspiration and role model beyond the realms of football. of her sport for young women around the world.
“Through her own life, she shows that you can achieve your goals if you believe in yourself and are willing to work hard.
The Porsche 911 GT3 costs £132,000 and has a top speed of 198mph with an output of 510bhp.
It can also go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds with its naturally aspirated 4-liter six-cylinder engine.
This month, Emma Raducanu was named one of The Sun’s Fabulous magazine’s 25 Most Inspirational Women for International Women’s Day.
She made tennis history last September, winning both the US Open and a legion of devoted fans.
The youngest Grand Slam champion in 17 years hit her A levels just months before her stunning win and is set to earn a fortune of £100m from sponsorship deals alone.
She also has a Vogue shoot and an MBE under her belt, as well as global brands lining up to work with her.