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How Wimbledon teen-sensation Emma Raducanu is linked to Kim Sears (and everything else you need to know)

Ahead of last week, the start of Wimbledon 2021, you would be forgiven for not immediately knowing who Emma Raducanu is, her Wikipedia page far from information-rich. But, one thing’s for sure, today Monday 5 July, as she prepares to embark on the fourth round of the tournament – a star has been born and the UK is in her thrall. ‘It’s coming home, Emma,’ one person in the crowd shouted as she hit her winning shot, beating Romanian Sorana Cirstea, 31 – once ranked No 21 in the world – in straight sets, 6-3 7-5, on Saturday.
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How Kim Sears single-handedly made the 'Chelsea blow-dry' fashionable again

While Andy Murray's performance at Wimbledon on Wednesday had us on the edge of our seats, it was Kim Sears' hair that got us all talking on the beauty desk. With its voluminous, shiny bounce, it had all the hallmarks of a traditional Chelsea blow dry. It's a look that emphasises volume in the roots, a soft wave or curls and maximum shine. However, aside from the pandemic and the lack of professional hairstyling in the past year, the big, bouncy blow dry has fallen out of favour for more sleek, low-maintenance hairstyles that look less 'done'.
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