Wimbledon 2024 LIVE: Tennis scores as Emma Raducanu bids for quarter-finals after Andy Murray doubles decision

Emma Raducanu returns to action at Wimbledon as she bids for the quarter-finals, after her decision to withdraw from the mixed doubles brought Andy Murray’s career at SW19 to an abrupt end.

Citing soreness in her right wrist, Raducanu prioritised her fitness for the singles as she bids to reach the quarter-finals of Wimbledon for the first time. After her storming win over Maria Sakkari, the Briton takes on qualifier Lulu Sun, the world no 123.

Raducanu is the last Briton standing in the singles draw after defeats for Cameron Norrie and Harriet Dart yesterday. She will take to Centre Court following Carlos Alcaraz, who faces Ugo Humbert, before Coco Gauff aims to reach her first Wimbledon quarter-final against Emma Navarro.

There was a shock yesterday as world No 1 Iga Swiatek was knocked out of Wimbledon by Yulia Putintseva, while Novak Djokovic recovered from a set down to reach the fourth round. After Raducanu’s decision to pull out of the mixed doubles, Murray has now played his final-ever match at the All England Club.

Follow all the latest scores and match updates from Wimbledon below:

Wimbledon – Day 7 latest scores and updates

  • Emma Raducanu takes on qualifier Lulu Sun for place in Wimbledon quarter-finals

  • Raducanu pulled out of mixed doubles yesterday to end Andy Murray’s Wimbledon career

  • Raducanu was ‘disappointed’ to withdraw and cited stiffness in her right wrist

  • Raducanu, who is last Briton in singles, follows Carlos Alcaraz’s match on Centre Court

  • Wimbledon order of play and Sunday’s schedule as fourth round begins at SW19

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08:45 , Jamie Braidwood

Emma Raducanu is the last Briton standing in the singles as the last-16 gets underway, with Carlos Alcaraz, Jannik Sinner and Coco Gauff all in action today.

Raducanu faces the qualifier Lulu Sun aiming to reach her first Wimbledon quarter-final, after taking the decision to pull out of her mixed doubles match with Andy Murray due to wrist soreness.

Alcaraz survived a five-set thriller with Frances Tiafoe in round three and now takes on Frenchman Ugo Humbert, while the match of the day is arguably the clash between World No 1 Sinner and big-serving American Ben Shelton, who has won three five-setters in row.

Gauff takes on compatriot and 19th seed Emma Navarro in another intriguing match as the World No 2 looks to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals for the first time in her career.