Here, we take a quick look at the teenager’s tournament and career so far in numbers.
44 - years since the previous British winner or finalist at a women’s grand slam singles tournament when Virginia Wade, a spectator in New York in recent days, won Wimbledon in 1977.
2.5million - prize money in US dollars for Raducanu’s efforts over the last fortnight, equivalent to £1.8m. Raducanu’s career earnings before this tournament stood at a combined 303,376 dollars, or around £219,000.
18 - Raducanu’s age, with just 10 weeks separating her and 19-year-old Fernandez.
150 - Raducanu’s world ranking going into the tournament.
73 - Fernandez’s singles ranking.
10 - matches in Raducanu’s stunning run in New York, from the first of three qualifying rounds and all the way through the 128-strong draw to the final.
0 - sets dropped on the way to the final, winning 18 in succession across qualifying and the main draw.
4 - Raducanu reached the fourth round at Wimbledon on her grand slam main draw debut, before retiring on medical grounds against Australia’s Ajla Tomljanovic.
11 - seeding of her quarter-final opponent Belinda Bencic, the world number 12 and the highest-ranked player Raducanu has beaten. Semi-final opponent Maria Sakkari was seeded 17th.
1 - Raducanu is the first qualifier ever to reach a grand slam final.
17 - court on which Raducanu and Fernandez played at Wimbledon in the 2018 girls’ singles, with the latter’s name displayed on the scoreboard as Leylah Annie Fernandez. Raducanu won 6-2 6-4.
5ft 9in - Raducanu’s height.
693,000 - Instagram followers, with 257,000 on Raducanu’s Twitter account.