The 17-year-old Noskova, who came through qualifying, hit 48 winners, 24 on her glorious backhand but Raducanu dug deep and eventually pulled away in the third set to book a clash with Aliaksandra Sasnovich for a place in the third round.
Story of the match
Raducanu began well, breaking serve in the opening game and then holding for a 2-0 lead. Noskova looked a little nervous but the 17-year-old Czech soon settled into a rhythm, holding serve for the first time and breaking to level at 2-2.
With light rain making life difficult for both players, deep groundstrokes gave Raducanu another break for 4-2 but Noskova was putting the Briton under huge pressure and started to dominate the rallies, especially on her backhand down the line, which yielded numerous winners.
Both players held serve to force a tiebreak and Raducanu twice led by a mini-break before Noskova upped her game again, firing more backhand winners to reel off four straight points for the set.