Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk defeated the misfiring 18-year-old 6-2 6-1 in underneath an hour on the WTA 250 occasion in Cluj-Napoca, with the Brit committing 41 unforced errors through the contest.
“I wasn’t physically feeling 100%. I was quite tired and lethargic today. Sometimes you just have those days where you don’t feel your best,” Raducanu instructed reporters. “I knew from the morning, I knew from practice.
“I wished to go on the market on the courtroom and check out my finest and see the way it was going to go, possibly it might go higher. But I simply could not get it going as we speak sadly.
“It’s just disappointing that you have these days. It’s not a nice feeling to have, but I just need to move on from it and brush it off. And then I’ll be back in another tournament soon.”
Raducanu stunningly gained the Flushing Meadows title in September as a qualifier and after the grand slam introduced that she would not be working with former Davis Cup participant Andrew Richardson.
The Brit stated “things are looking up, so it’s going in a good direction” along with her seek for a brand new coach.
Raducanu gained 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 Upper Austria Ladies Linz.
“I think it’s just the last six months,” she stated. “It’s been a lot of learnings and I’ve experienced a lot in the last six months with not so much gaps.
“I’m simply adapting to the fast-paced life of the tour and clearly still very new to it, so it is still going to take me a while to modify.
“After Linz I’ll probably have a week off just to reset and (be) mentally and physically fresh for the tough preseason. It’s going to be my first one and from what I’ve heard, it’s a very difficult four weeks physically.”