Andy Murray's Wimbledon career ends as Emma Raducanu pulls out of mixed doubles

Andy Murray has played his last game at Wimbledon following the withdrawal.
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Andy Murray has played his final game at Wimbledon following news Emma Raducanu has been forced to withdraw from their mixed doubles game on Saturday.

The pair were due to start their campaign on Saturday evening, but Emma has confirmed she will not participate due to 'some stiffness in her right wrist'.

That means Murray's final Wimbledon campaign has come to an end, having been unable to play in the singles and losing in the first round of the men's doubles with brother Jamie.

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The 21-year-old had previously said it was her lifelong ambition to play alongside Murray at what will be his final championships at SW19, but she has made the decision to prioritise her singles campaign.

"Unfortunately I woke up with some stiffness in my right wrist this morning, so I have taken the very tough decision to withdraw from the mixed doubles.

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"I'm disappointed as I was really looking forward to playing with Andy, but I've got to take care."

Raducanu has made it to the fourth round of a slam for the first time since her miraculous US Open run and looks a genuine contender.

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Murray and Raducanu were due on around 5pm on Court One, a scheduling time the latter made clear was 'not ideal'. She is due to play her fourth round match on Sunday afternoon when she faces qualifier Lulu Sun.