Andy Murray's Wimbledon career is OVER as Emma Raducanu pulls out of Mixed Doubles with injury

Andy Murray was forced to pull out of the singles event which he has won twice
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Andy Murray won't play another match at Wimbledon after his Mixed Doubles partner Emma Raducanu pulled out with a wrist injury.

The British pair were set to take on Marcelo Arevalo and Zhang Shuai in the first round on Sunday evening and it was to be Murray's final run at Wimbledon as he's set to retire after the Olympics. He wasn't fit enough to play singles and lost in the first round of the Men's doubles alongside brother Jamie.

That teed him up for a big farewell at the Mixed Doubles event alongside Women's star and compatriot Raducanu, who said she was excited to fulfil a lifelong dream and play alongside Murray. But she's suffered a wrist injury and, in order to prioritise her fourth round singles match with Lulu Sun, has decided to pull out.

Raducanu said: 'Unfortunately, I woke up with some stiffness in my right wrist this morning and, therefore, I have decided to make the very tough decision to withdraw from the mixed doubles tonight. I'm disappointed, as I was really looking forward to playing with Andy, but I've got to take care.'

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