Alcaraz changed his preparation for Wimbledon after his discomfort at Queen’s


Carlos Alcaraz lived this Sunday as a good day in London. The Murcian was crowned at the Queen’s tournament, where he won the first tournament of his career on grass, a victory that also allowed him to regain the number 1 in the world ranking.

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In the final against De Miñaur there was a good version of Alcaraz, especially adapted to grass, though The match had a critical moment when Carlos had to be attended by a physio at the end of the first set.

Some discomfort with the abductor on his right leg that didn’t detract from his performance in the second set, but that was it They made their plans the number 1 change before the week before the big event of the summer: Wimbledon.

Alcaraz will play in the Hurlingham exhibition tournament, but ultimately he will play one match instead of what the two expected, according to ‘Marca’.

As a precaution, the Murcian will not play against Holger Rune on WednesdaySo his first and only match of the week is Friday against Dominic Thiem.

Novak Djokovic will also play at Hurlingham. Like Alcaraz, the Serbian will only play one match, on Wednesday the 29th, against Frances Tiafoe.

In addition, the programming The London exhibition included an Alexander Zverev match against Jiri Lehecka, a Norrie-Casper Ruud, a Ruud-Thiem and Luca Van Assche and Stan Wawrinka, who still have no confirmed rivals.

Source: La Verdad


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