With Murray and no Latinos, the Queen’s ATP 500 was raffled


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With Murray and no Latinos, the Queen's ATP 500 was raffled

It was already known that some tennis players had gotten off the Queen’s ATP 500, like for example Diego Schwartzman. Now, the main draw was known of the contest, which will represent the round the circuit for Andy Murray (123rd) and that it will not have the presence of Argentines or Latinos.

The Briton, who received an invitation to play, is the big surprise, since returns to singles competition after last appearance in March of this year, where he had lost in the second round in Rotterdam with Andrey Rublev. At Queen’s, Murray will debut nothing more and nothing less than with Benoit Paire. In case of advancing round, He will face Matteo Berrettini (9th), the candidate for the title, or Stefano Travaglia (78th).

Alex de Miñaur (22nd), another of the great protagonists of the tournament, will make his debut with Laslo Djere (55th). A priori, Fabio Fognini (29th) has an accessible first match with Yen-Hsun Lu, 680 ° of the circuit.

At the bottom of the table, the candidate to reach the final is Denis Shapovalov (14th), which will debut with a rival from qualifying. If he wins, he will wait for him in the second round Feliciano López (62 °) or Filip Krajinovic (41 °). Another tennis player who will debut with someone from qualy is Aslan Karatsev (26th), the Russian who in the second instance could be measured with Cameron Norrie (45 °) or Albert Ramos Viñolas (38 °).

Jannik Sinner (19th) He also starts as one of the favorites, more precisely as the third, and if he beats Jack Draper (309th) in his first match, in the second round he will play with Alexander Bublik (37th) or Jeremy Chardy (60th).

In this way, everything is ready for a new grass tournament to begin, the prelude to Wimbledon, the highest annual event on this surface.


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