Schedule and how to watch the match between Sebastián Báez and Tommy Paul at Queen’s

Schedule and how to watch the match between Sebastián Báez and Tommy Paul at Queen’s
Schedule and how to watch the match between Sebastián Báez and Tommy Paul at Queen’s

After suffering an inexplicable defeat against the Austrian Sebastian Ofner (52nd) at Roland Garros, the Argentine tennis player Sebastian Baez (19th) wants shuffle and give new in it start of the grass toursurface on which he will debut this Tuesday against the American Tommy Paul (13°) in Queen’s.

Despite standing out in the South American tournaments on clay, where he won in Rio and Santiago, in addition to reaching the semifinals in Córdoba and the quarterfinals in Buenos Aires, the Buenos Aires native, 23 years old and owner of six titles, he failed to transfer his talent and intensity to the rest of the worldfirst saying goodbye early in the North American Masters 1000, in Indian Wells and Miami, and then totaling six wins and six losses on European clay, highlighting his victory against the Dane Holger Rune (15th) in Rome.

Consequently, Sebastián Gutiérrez’s pupil enjoyed two weeks off to prepare the ground that will take over the calendar during the next month, presenting itself by first time in the emblematic London ATP 500 to settle against the New Jersey-born, 27, fifth seed and recent semi-finalist in Indian Wells and Rome, who wasted no time and already gained pace in Hertogenbosch, falling in the quarterfinals to his compatriot Sebastian Korda (23rd) .

The interesting match, which will mark the second duel against each other, after Paul’s celebration at Eastbourne 2023, will begin this Tuesday in the second shift of court 5following the cross between the Italian Matteo Arnaldi (35°) and the Frenchman Ugo Humbert (16°), not before 9:20 a.m. (ARG), 08:20 a.m. (CHI), 07:20 a.m. (COL/PER) and 06:20 a.m. (MEX).

 
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