Wimbledon 2024 | Murray’s mother responds to Raducanu’s withdrawal from mixed doubles: ‘Yeah, amazing’

Wimbledon 2024 | Murray’s mother responds to Raducanu’s withdrawal from mixed doubles: ‘Yeah, amazing’
Wimbledon 2024 | Murray’s mother responds to Raducanu’s withdrawal from mixed doubles: ‘Yeah, amazing’

The organization was not caught off guard by this decision and therefore He organized the farewell and tribute when Murray lost in the doubles with his brother Thursday.

The video included a look back at the best moments of Murray’s career, with comments from Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic. The Serbian was also present on court alongside other legends such as Martina Navratilova and John McEnroe, to bid farewell to Murray, the first Briton since Fred Perry in 1936 to win at Wimbledon.

The organisers of the third Grand Slam of the season did not want to risk a cancelled tribute if Raducanu withdrew, as she is still alive in singles (a measure taken by many tennis players) and mixed doubles. And the organisers were right.

Unfortunately I woke up with some pain in my right wrist so I’ve made the difficult decision to withdraw from tonight’s doubles match. I’m sad because I was really looking forward to playing with Andy but I had to be careful.“, said Raducanowho days ago, when the decision to form a couple was announced, described this moment as “once in a lifetime“.

They asked me and it took me ten seconds to say yes. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. There are things that are bigger than tennis. Memories that only happen once and you’ll have for the rest of your life. Playing at Wimbledon with Andy Murray is one of those things you can’t take for granted.“.

At the end of my life, at the end of my career, when I’m 70, I know I’m going to have the memory of playing Wimbledon with Murray in a home Grand Slam. It’s an honour that he asked me to do it.“.

The match was so important that even Roger Federeraccording to tournament director Jamie Barker, I intended to go to runway 1 to witness the farewell of one of his greatest rivals, after the Swiss was absent from the tribute due to a last-minute commitment.

When former tennis player and British television commentator Greg Rusedski said that Raducanu’s withdrawal was “more than understandable”, Boris Becker responded as follows: “Why don’t you ask Andy or Judy how they feel?“.

More evidence of the doubts that this last-minute withdrawal has generated, branding the British player as Murray’s executioner at Wimbledon.

 
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