What is the radius of an electron’s exact orbit?

It is well-known that the Compton wavelength of the electron has the following value:

lc=2.4263081310-12[m]

Assuming that the wave extends around the entire circumference of an electron, we can calculate its radius, re.

By dividing the Compton wavelength

lc

By

2p

:

re=3.86158910-13[m]

This would then be the electron radius.

Problem is, the structure of elementary particles as built of photons in circular orbit is not yet accepted by physicists.