Carlos Alcaraz will debut against the Argentine Francisco Cerúndolo in the Queen’s tournament that begins next Monday. The Murcian, who defends the title he won last year, will land this Saturday in London and will begin, if the rain permits, training in Queen’s.

His debut, which will be on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week, will be against cerundolowho has never been measured in an ATP match, but has been measured in a ITF clay court in 2019, with victory for the Argentine. The two trained together several times at this tournament last year.

After Cerúndolo, Alcaraz could face each other in the second round against Jack Draper, finalist this week in Stuttgart and one of the most dangerous rivals on this surface, in the quarterfinals against Tommy Paul o Alexander Davidovichin the semi-finals against Grigor Dimitrov o Ugo Humbert and in the end before Alex de Miñaur, Holger Rune o Taylor Fritz.

Davidovich, for his part, will start against the Chilean Alejandro Tabilowhile Andy Murray, five-time winner of the title, will start against a player from the previous

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