EMMA RADUCANU made history on Saturday night as she became the first qualifier ever to win a Grand Slam.
The British sensation stormed to US Open glory in New York and didn't drop a single set the entire tournament.
At just 18, Raducanu's phenomenal achievement will be remembered for generations to come.
She beat Leylah Annie Fernandez 6-4, 6-3 in the final at the Arthur Ashe stadium but that does not tell the full story.
So to help understand the enormous gravity of Raducanu's win, SunSport have delved into the stats and figures behind the Brit's stunning victory.
Sets she lost on her way to US Open glory.
Grand Slams she's won.
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A- Levels she's got. A* in Maths, A in Economics.
Aces she served in the final. And number of International Tennis Federation titles she has won.
Break points she won in the final.
Service games she won in the final.
Matches she won – including qualifiers – on her way to US Open glory.
Games Raducanu won in the final.
Projected new world ranking.
Number of games she lost in the US Open – including qualifiers.
First serve success percentage in the final.
Points she won in the final.
Number of games she won in the US Open.
World ranking at the beginning of the tournament.
The number of weeks Johanna Konta spent as No 1 ranked British woman until Saturday night.
Raducanu's world ranking before entering Wimbledon as a wild card earlier this year and reaching the fourth round.
Number of days since a British woman last won a Grand Slam – Virginia Wade, Wimbledon 1977.
Number of days since a British woman last won the US Open – Wade, 1968.
Number of people who watched the final in the flesh inside New York's Arthur Ashe stadium.
Great British Pounds in prizemoney Raducanu pocketed for winning the tournament.
Peak TV audience on Channel 4.
Number of total TV viewers who watched the Channel 4 coverage.
Raducanu's predicted net worth (£) after influx of sponsorship and endorsement deals.
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