Cerúndolo vs Alcaraz at Queen’s: what time and how to watch the match | This Tuesday, June 18

Cerúndolo vs Alcaraz at Queen’s: what time and how to watch the match | This Tuesday, June 18
Cerúndolo vs Alcaraz at Queen’s: what time and how to watch the match | This Tuesday, June 18

With the crossing between Francisco Cerúndolo and the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz As a main course, the Argentine litter will have its debut this Tuesday at the ATP 500 from Queen’s, England, which serves as a prelude to Wimbledon. All on grass, of course.

The clash between number 26 in the ranking and the brand new Roland Garros champion and defending champion at Queen’s, It will not be before 9:20 in the morning and can be seen on the ESPN channel and the Star+ streaming platform..

“It will be a very tough game. He has just won Roland Garros, he is number two in the world, he is the defending champion here, at Wimbledon… It is a nice challenge. I have never had to (play with him) at the ATP level. We know each other and we are very excited,” Cerúndolo anticipated. to the Spanish agency EFE before the match.

Cerúndolo and Alcaraz They come from breaking one of the unwritten laws of tennis. The thing is that since they are friends, they had scheduled a training session together for this Sunday, before the draw for the first round matches. Supposedly, this should not happen before an official match but both decided to go ahead with the joint training: it lasted one set and the Spaniard took it 7-5.


At the same time, the Argentine best placed in the ranking will also be making his debut, Sebastián Báez (19th), who will face the American Tommy Paul (13th). The one from San Martín comes from a poor tour in the European clay, where he suffered early eliminations both in the Masters 1000 that he played and in Roland Garros.

Another one that will have action will be Tomás Etcheverry (32nd). The man from La Plata has not been having very good results and this year he is having a hard time establishing himself among the best in the world, mainly after losing several points for falling in the third round of Roland Garros a few weeks ago. He will face Englishman Billy Harris (162nd) no earlier than 10:40.

Later, not before 12, it will be Mariano Navone’s time (29th)who did not show difficulties in adapting in his move from the Challenger circuit to the ATP tournaments and is one of the players with the greatest growth so far in 2024. He has already played the final of the ATP 500 in Rio and the 250 in Bucharest and even He had the luxury of getting into the Top 30. We will have to see how he does on grass since until now he has only performed on clay. He will go against local Jack Draper (31st) for his place in the round of 16.

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