What time is Emma Raducanu playing at Wimbledon today? Start time and TV channel

-Credit: (Image: Mike Egerton/PA Wire.)
-Credit: (Image: Mike Egerton/PA Wire.)


Emma Raducanu is back in action today at Wimbledon when she returns to face Lulu Sun.

Brit Raducanu was due to play at the SW19 club with Andy Murray yesterday in the mixed doubles but pulled out at the last minute. Her decision brought to an end Murray's career at the tournament, leaving him "absolutely devastated" and mum Judy Murray vexed, judging by her social media activity.

Raducanu said in a short statement on Saturday: "Unfortunately I woke up with some stiffness in my right wrist this morning, so 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 got to take care."

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There is no suggestion, at the time of writing, that the injury will keep her out of her round-of-16 clash with qualifier Sun on Centre Court this afternoon.

Sun is ranked 123rd in the world but has beaten eighth seed Qinwen Zheng on her way to this stage. "Qualifiers are dangerous," said Raducanu.

"She’s had three extra matches here at Wimbledon and she is not to be underestimated."

The pair are due on court in the second match of the day on Centre, after Carlos Alcaraz and Ugi Humbert face off at 1.30pm. At present, Raducanu and Sun are scheduled to begin play at 4.15pm, but that time will be dependent on what happens between Alcaraz and Humbert.

Coverage will be on BBC1, BBC2 and on BBC's iPlayer service.

Today's schedule:

11:00-15:00 - Live coverage - BBC Two

11:00-21:00 - Live coverage of outside courts - BBC Red Button

12:15 - 17:00 - Live coverage - BBC One

15:00-21:00 - Live coverage - BBC Two

21:00-22:00 - Today at Wimbledon - BBC Two