Emma Raducanu set to be included in draw for Wimbledon as she looks to overcome injury
Emma Raducanu will be INCLUDED in Friday’s Wimbledon draw but will be monitored ahead of the tournament starting next week as she works hard to overcome a side injury
- Emma Raducanu has worked hard to overcome a side injury
- She is booked for two sessions on SW19 on Friday after a day off on Thursday
- The US Open champion will be drawn into the draw at 10 a.m. Friday
Emma Raducanu will participate in the Wimbledon draw tomorrow as she is still recovering from a side injury.
The US Open champion has been practicing consistently since Sunday and took a scheduled day off from training at the All England Club today.
However, she has booked for two sessions at SW19 tomorrow, with her representatives making sure her absence was scheduled for Thursday.
Emma Raducanu is expected to be included in Friday’s Wimbledon draw despite her injury
Raducanu has been working hard to get back in shape after a side injury
Since the draw will take place tomorrow at 10am, it seems inevitable that she will take her allotted place therein as number ten. Her injury will be monitored further for any negative reactions to the gradual build-up of the work she has done.
Andy Murray is sure to be in the draw and is said to have made good progress on his stomach load this week.
Rafael Nadal and Matteo Berrettini made this lunchtime history with 45 minutes of practice on Center Court, the first time this has happened on a Thursday before the tournament.
The idea is to break something into the surface and try to minimize the slips and slides often seen in the early rounds.
The US Open champion had to withdraw from the Nottingham Open due to the injury