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Murray leads Britain’s tennis team at Paris Olympics
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Emma Raducanu declined the invitation to participate as she was ranked too low to qualify automatically

Andy Murray, the former Wimbledon, U.S. Open, and Olympic champion, is set to represent Britain at the Paris Olympic Games, as announced by the British Olympic Association.

The 37-year-old Murray, who won gold medals in singles at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympics, remains the only player to achieve back-to-back Olympic titles in singles. He will be joined by Olympic debutants Jack Draper, Cameron Norrie, and Dan Evans in what might be his final tournament.

Notably absent from the line-up is former U.S. Open champion Emma Raducanu. She was ranked too low to automatically qualify after multiple surgeries and had declined an offer for a wild card entry.

British number one Katie Boulter will make her Olympic debut in the women’s singles event. Additionally, Tokyo Games Olympians Neal Skupski and Joe Salisbury are set to compete in the men’s doubles tournament.