Paul-Henri Mathieu withdraws from Queen’s, Kyle Edmund into quarters

Paul-Henri Mathieu has withdrawn fron the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club because of a wrist injury.

By: Reuters | London | Published: June 16, 2016 4:56:17 pm
France's Paul-Henri Mathieu suffers a wrist injury. (Source: AP) France’s Paul-Henri Mathieu is down with a wrist injury. (Source: AP)

Frenchman Paul-Henri Mathieu has withdrawn fron the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club because of a wrist injury, meaning British wildcard Kyle Edmund is through to the quarter-finals.

Edmund, ranked 85, will face a fellow Briton in the quarter-final, his second on the ATP Tour this year. He will play either defending champion Andy Murray or Slovenia-born Aljaz Bedene who meet later.

Mathieu suffered the wrist injury beating Britain’s Dan Evans on Wednesday.
It was not clear how serious the injury was.

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