Ajla Tomljanovic vs. Emma Raducanu RECAP: After a medical timeout, the Wimbledon match was called off.
Emma Raducanu’s fantasy run at Wimbledon came to an end on Monday night when she retired midway through the second set, bringing tears to her eyes.
In tense conditions, Emma Raducanu was forced to quit from her Wimbledon fourth-round match against Ajla Tomljanovic. The British teen sensation came into the contest on a high after her outstanding performance in the first three rounds.
In the early portions of the match, she matched Tomljanovic toe-to-toe, even working a few opportunities to break the Australian.
Before striking when Raducanu was serving to remain in the set, the 28-year-old utilized her experience to get herself out of trouble when it mattered.
Tomljanovic won the crucial opening set before breaking Raducanu early in the second.
As she continued to retreat to her corner where her towel was to gather herself, it became clear that Raducanu was having trouble with something.
Two physicians arrived at Raducanu’s chair and whisked him away to the dressing room, prompting a medical break.
Raducanu walked off the court to applause from the audience, but it would be her only appearance at Wimbledon this year, as the doctor returned shortly after to notify the umpire that she would not be able to return.
In her post-match interview, Tomljanovic expressed her condolences to Raducanu, saying, “I am truly sad for her, I wish we could have finished it.” I wish her the best of luck. Although Emma was hurt and not at her best, which explains things, I thought I had hit my groove.”
Raducanu got a medical timeout and is unable to return to the game. Tomljanvoci will advance to the next round of the competition.
Raducanu was starting to seem a little uneasy, but he rallied behind the crowd’s enthusiasm to bring up deuce and two break-point possibilities, which Tomljanovic fought off to keep the break.
And now the adolescent is in serious danger. Tomljanovic is now outhitting Raducanu because to more unforced errors. The Brit saves one break chance, but then sends another forehand long, putting the Aussie up a break in the second game.
Raducanu, on the other hand, requires something to get the crowd going. After the first-set loss, Court One was eerily silent.
In the Tomljanovic service game, Raducanu was a little unpredictable.
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