Carlos Alcaraz starts his way in the defense of the crown at Queen’s on Tuesday around 3:00 p.m. hours against the Argentine cerundolo. After 2023 without losing a game (12 matches between Queen’s and Wimbledon)Alcaraz seeks to continue his unbeatability on the grass and add the maximum number of matches for Wimbledonwhere the Murcian was also proclaimed champion in the last edition.

The one from El Palmar arrives after a week of rest after winning the Musketeers Cup on June 9. On his way to revalidating the title, Alcaraz will have level tests from the first rounds to measure his feelings on the pitch.

In the event that Alcaraz overcomes his match against Cerúndolo, in eighths of the tournament could face the British Jack Draper, who already knows what it means to win on the grass this season after becoming champion last Sunday in Stuttgartthus winning his first title.

The London tournament could count with a Spanish duel in the event that Alejandro Davidovich overcomes his first two matches to face Murcia in the quarterfinals. Alcaraz would not face a top 10 until the last rounds, being the first of them Dimitrov in the semi-finals, and finally in the final, where his rival could be Alex de Minaur (7 worldwide) Taylor Fritz (12)

Carlos Alcaraz painting at Queen’s 2024:

  • First round: Francisco Cerúndolo
  • Round of 16: Navone/Draper
  • Quarterfinals: Tommy Paul/Davidovich/Tabilo
  • Semifinales: Dimitrov/Tiafoe/Humbert
  • Final: de Miñaur/Fritz/Shelton

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