During the second set, she frequently leaned over with her hand on her stomach, showing signs of discomfort.
A first coach was followed by a second shortly after, with one appearing to listen to her breathing as she sat on court one.
“Emma must be really hurt if she made the decision to retire. To play as a Brit at home is amazing so I’m so sorry for her. I wish we could have finished it. sports do happen. I ‘I really wish him all the best.’
The end of the road
It was a disappointing end to a landmark competition for the young British player, who was ranked No 338 before the tournament started.
Raducanu beat two top 50 opponents, Marketa Vondrousova and Sorana Cirstea, on her way to the last 16 and became a true fan favorite not only with her tennis abilities, but also with her acts of humility after being seen. cleaning up his own garbage. after his victory in the second round.
Raducanu and Tomljanovic were forced to wait until late in the evening to start their fourth round meeting due to a five-set thriller between Alex Zverev and Felix Auger-Aliassime ahead of them.
The 75% capacity crowd was clearly in Raducanu’s corner, cheering every point they earned as a match winner.
However, after failing to convert a few break points early on, world No.75 Tomljanovic showed his experience, winning the opening set under the roof of Court One.
She was firmly in control of the second set when Raducanu retired, and the possibility of facing her compatriot Aussie in the next round excited Tomljanovic.
Eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer qualified for the grand slam quarter-finals for the 18th time on Monday, extending his own record in the competition.
The Swiss seemed relatively comfortable beating 23rd seed Lorenzo Sonego 7-5 6-4 6-2 on center court in the fourth round, extending his lead at the top of the all-time roster for the most part Wimbledon quarter-final appearances, ahead of Jimmy Connors.
Federer will face either second seed Daniil Medvedev or 14th seed Hubert Hurkacz in the next round.
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