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Thanks for the memories, says Rubin

    American Noah Rubin fell at the first hurdle in the Junior Boys competition at Wimbledon.

    Ranked 26 in the world, Rubin, 17, lost 6-3, 4-6, 7-9 against Great Britain’s Luke Bambridge in his sixth Junior Grand Slam event.

    "It's the best thrill of my life," Rubin said. "This England trip has been great so far, I love playing on grass and it's a once in a lifetime experience but I hope I get more chances."

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