“Emma Raducanu Breaks Silence on Shocking Mixed Doubles Exit!”


Emma Raducanu defended the controversial decision she made to withdraw from the mixed doubles match that Andy Murray was scheduled to play, ending his Wimbledon career. This happened just before her match in the fourth round of singles against Lulu Sun. She lost.

Raducanu, who was to play against Murray, an ex-Wimbledon champion, on Sunday, decided to withdraw due to a stiff hand.

The 2021 U.S. Open winner wanted to avoid aggravating his problem before Sunday’s match with Sun, which New Zealand qualified won 6-2 5-7 6-2 on Centre Court.

Murray’s last chance to appear at the All England Club was shattered by this move.


The two-time Wimbledon winner was not able to compete in men’s singles because he had not recovered fully from spinal cyst surgery. He lost the first round in men’s doubles with his brother Jamie.

Murray, a fan of Raducanu, was disappointed at the news. His mother, Judy, called the decision “astonishing”, but later said she was sarcastic, and that she understood Raducanu’s choice.

Raducanu explained, “I woke up stiff yesterday morning. “I must prioritize my health, my relationships and myself.

“I didn’t want him to lose his last match, of course. At the end of it all, I believe that many players would have prioritized their bodies in the same situation.

“I am standing by my decision. It was definitely a difficult decision.

Murray will end his career in Paris at the Olympics that begin later this month.

She said, “People have a right to their opinion.” “Ofcourse, the decision was not without controversy.


“I believe that in this sport, especially as an individual you need to make your decisions and prioritise yourself. I had to prioritize myself, especially with my history.

“Obviously disappointed, because it was his last match. What a champion! “I hope he will play at the Olympics, and say goodbye again there.”

Raducanu replied to Murray’s mom: “I don’t have a clue. I’ve never seen her reaction.” Was it sarcastic or not? “I’m sure that she didn’t really mean it.”

In an ironic twist, Raducanu’s loss to Sun was a result of other injuries, including ankle and back problems.

Raducanu, despite the disappointing end of her Wimbledon run has finally found her passion for sport.

She said, “It just makes me more determined.” “I really put myself before others in the past few weeks. Tennis is all that occupies my time and my mind. Tennis is all I really want to do.

I think the fire and desire is back. “I just want to continue building on that.”


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