Mixed doubles Wimbledon, Andy Murray makes Emma Raducano dream

Former world number one Andy Murray He mentioned that he would love to play mixed doubles with Emma radukanoThe 19-year-old is believed to be “exceptional” in the game. Raducano, now the biggest name in British tennis, made tennis history when she became the first qualifier to win a major tournament.

Radocano has spoken several times over the past 12 months about his desire to play mixed doubles with Murray at Wimbledon. “Yes, I would like to play with her. I love watching her play,” Murray told British magazine GQ.

“I think it would be great for the sport. Not just in the UK, but especially in the UK. In fact, last year we talked about the possibility of playing mixed doubles at Wimbledon, but then we ended up doing really well in the singles and so we decided not to do that. .

But yes, I would like to play with her.”

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Andy Murray and Emma Radocano likely won’t play mixed doubles at Wimbledon this year, but partnering with the 2021 US Open champion is something Murray certainly wants to do in the future.

“I don’t know. I haven’t spoken to her about it, but it will depend on the singular,” said the Scotsman. “Obviously we will prioritize that and hope to do well. And if so, it will be our priority.

But yeah, if we both don’t do well, maybe. I would like to do this in the future. I think it will be very fun.” Murray is a two-time Wimbledon champion and felt very comfortable after winning his first title in 2013.

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On the other hand, Emma Radocano is the face of British tennis and it is no secret that locals have high expectations for her victory at Wimbledon. 👇🏻 Also follow us on Instagram 👇🏻

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