Andy's D-Day: Murray to make last-minute call on Wimbledon on Friday

Andy Murray is due to leave it until just before Friday morning’s draw before confirming if he will play at Wimbledon this year. While there was no official word from the Murray camp following his defeat by Kyle Edmund on Wednesday, tournament officials reported his support staff were active on Thursday in making arrangements to do pre-event media duties on Saturday afternoon. Murray can wait until just before the 10am draw ceremony to pull out. By staying in the draw until beyond noon on Thursday, the 31-year-old Scot qualifies for half the first-round prize money (£19,500), even if he opts not to play.

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