Andy Murray’s Wimbledon career is over !

Three times major Champion Andy Murray’s Wimbledon career is over, after his expected team – mate Emma Raducanu pulled out of their planned appearance in the mixed doubles.

Murray, was set to play alongside his fellow Briton this evening at the All England Club, but the 21 year old Raducanu, said she was expereincing “some stiffness” in her right wrist had had to withdraw.

She advanced to the fourth round of the women’s singles with a dominant two-set win over Greek ninth seed Maria Sakkari yesetrday .

In a brief statement she said , “I have decided to make the very tough decision to withdraw from the mixed doubles, and “I’m disappointed as I was really looking forward to playing with Andy but I’ve got to take care.”

Murray, a two-time singles champion at Wimbledon, was set to play at Wimbledon for the last time before retiring later this year.

It means the Scot made his final appearance on Thursday when he lost alongside older brother Jamie in the men’s doubles.

A video montage of Murray’s career was played on the Centre Court big screen after the match, leaving the former world number one in tears as thousands of fans showed their appreciation.

Murray pulled out of the singles on Tuesday as he continues to recover from a back operation on June 22.

The three-time major champion is planning to retire later this year, with the Paris 2024 Olympic Games set to be his final event.


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