The teenage sensation stunned the tennis world by winning the US Open despite starting the tournament as a qualifying minnow.
She captured the imaginations of budding tennis stars by not losing a single set in a grueling 10-game schedule.
Raducanu defeated Canada’s Leylah Fernandez 6-4 6-3 in a thrilling final in New York.
Since then, there has been a lot of attention to Raducanu. She is due this week for the first time since the US Open at Indian Wells.
And former Britain’s No.1 Henman insisted there was more interest in Raducanu’s US Open run than there usually is in one of the “Big Three.” “.
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He continued: “First and foremost Jeremy is there in his role with Katie Boulter and is also involved in UK women’s tennis.
“It’s great that he can be there to support her and if she has any questions about her games or just to organize training, he’s a familiar face.
“I’m sure his coaching situation will be resolved at the end of the year. She has a great schedule now with three or four tournaments before the end of the year.
“November and December will be a time for her to reflect and plan for the future.
“In terms of who this coach might be, I have no idea. She has to sit down and see who is available.
“I’m sure there will be a lot of interest in the job. Hopefully she can then put someone in place to build on the huge success of the latter part of this year.