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British pair Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu will team up for the mixed doubles at Wimbledon after a Wildcard was accepted.

The news broke on Wednesday morning in the UK, two days after Murray announced his ineligibility for the singles main draw due to requiring surgery for a cyst removal from his spine.

Having admitted that this will be his final Wimbledon campaign, the 37-year-old will have the deserved opportunity to bow out to the beloved home crowd not only for the mixed doubles but also the men's doubles - partnering alongside his brother, Jamie.

This time five years ago, he famously joined forces with Serena Williams in the mixed doubles at the All England Club, reaching the third round.

In 2021, Raducanu opened up about the possibility of entering doubles with Murray, telling BBC Breakfast: "We haven't actually spoken about it but it's something we feel we both want to do." It will mark Raducanu's doubles debut at a Grand Slam.

Murray and Raducanu share four Grand Slam titles between them, as the latter won her maiden major in New York in 2021 as a qualifier - rising to stardom. Both will learn their fate when the draw commences later today, with the first round scheduled to begin on Friday, July 5th.


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