Kim, 33, dressed in a vibrant green frock embellished with white flowers, appeared on the edge of her seat as she watched Andy battle it out against Canadian Shapovalov.
However, while Murray, 34, put on a strong show against his opponent, he eventually went down 6-4 6-2 6-2 to his 22-year-old opponent.
Andy Murray’s wife Kim Sears (pictured) looked devastated as she watched her tennis star husband crash out of Wimbledon in three straight sets against opponent Denis Shapovalov yesterday
Kim, 33, donned a vibrant green shirt-dress embellished with white flowers (pictured)
While Murray (pictured), 34, put on a strong show against his opponent, he eventually went down 6-4 6-2 6-2 to his 22-year-old opponent
Looking crestfallen, mother-of-four Kim cut a sombre figure when pictured leaving following the tense match.
It was a stark contrast to earlier in the week, when Kim had proudly cheered and put on a joyful display as her husband stormed through the first rounds of the competition.
Kim appeared fresh-faced as she opted for a natural make-up look yesterday, teaming her elegant summer dress with a trendy denim jacket.
Kim (pictured) appeared on the edge of her seat as she watched Andy battle it out against Canadian Shapovalov
Looking crestfallen, mother-of-four Kim cut a sombre figure when pictured leaving following the tense match (pictured)
Fans erupted into cheers as Murray waved while walking on the court, after groin and hip injury issues saw him take a four-year break from Wimbledon before hip surgery allowed for his return.
The tennis player was able to rationalise the events of the week afterwards and look ahead, saying: ‘I got through a week of a Slam without getting injured, that’s a positive. There were moments of really good tennis mixed with bad moments.
‘I feel like I can play better and close matches out. I messed up against Basilashvili in the first round, I was up against Otte (in the second). I could have put myself in a better position going in to today.
Kim (left) and Judy Murray (right) cheer on Andy Murray during his gentleman’s singles third round match
Kim (pictured) appeared fresh-faced as she opted for a natural make-up look yesterday, teaming her elegant summer dress with a trendy denim jacket
It was the first time Andy has gone out of the third round since his debut in 2005, and represented his heaviest ever defeat at The Championships. Pictured, Kim watching the match
Kim in the stands on day five of Wimbledon at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon
‘Tonight showed that I need more time on the match court and the practice court and I haven’t had either in the past few months.
‘To compete with guys of his level my game needs to be spot on. It would have been difficult enough for me when at my best. My consistency has been all over the place. Providing I can stay on the court consistently for three or four months my tennis will get back to a higher level. I feel like I can do a lot better than I did this evening.’
Murray also struck a more melancholy note, saying: ‘Unless you’re able to like practice and improve your game and get matches is it worth all of the work that you’re doing?
‘Unless me and my team can find a way of keeping me on the court for a consistent period of time that’s when the discussions about what I do next will come in, because I have genuinely put a lot into this to get to this point.’
It was the first time the 34 year-old Scot has gone out of the third round since his debut in 2005, and represented his heaviest ever defeat at The Championships.
Meanwhile, Kim debuted an incredibly glamorous hairdo as she cheered her husband on at this year’s Wimbledon tournament (pictured)
Looking effortlessly elegant during her appearances courtside, Kim (pictured) sported a fashionable hairstyle with her luscious blonde locks curled as she sat down to watch Andy play
Meanwhile, Kim debuted an incredibly glamorous hairdo as she cheered her husband on at this year’s Wimbledon tournament.
Looking effortlessly elegant during her appearances courtside, Kim sported a fashionable hairstyle with her luscious blonde locks curled as she sat down to watch Andy play.
Her blonde locks cascaded down her shoulders, boasting honey and sandy highlights, while she often finished off her look with a glamorous smattering of makeup.
Ricky Walters, director of SALON64 in Soho, said Kim’s locks have ‘never looked better’, praising her ‘loose glam blow-dry that has clearly taken time and effort without being overkill’.
Kim’s blonde locks cascaded down her shoulders, boasting honey and sandy highlights, while she often finished off her look with a glamorous smattering of makeup
The stylist told FEMAIL: ‘Looking back to 2020 where Kim’s hair was a little more undone, I feel this new polished version of herself is ace.’
He said the locks could be achieved by ‘wrapping her hair around a medium tong and gently raking through using a large comb or fingertips to give the ultimate glam summer vibe.’ He added that Kim’s sun-kissed look was right on trend for summer 2021.
‘A very soft root with bold blonde lengths and ends works well as a colour. We are seeing a huge amount of clients transitioning away from balayage and into a more highlighted look this summer,’ he said.
Murray had previously said he was resigned to not having his wife and four children – Sophia, five, Edie, three, Teddie, one, and a third daughter, born in March – watching him due to the coronavirus restrictions.
The tennis player and Kim, who started dating in 2005, have been married for nearly six years following their Dunblane wedding in April 2015.
Murray gave a rare insight into his family life in at interview with The Times in October last year, explaining how he and Kim had coped during lockdown.
‘At the time coronavirus started I was rehabbing, and I was actually fine missing tennis, because everybody else was missing it as well,’ he said. ‘I just got to spend lots of time with my family at home.