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Alcaraz already set to follow up at Queen's

Alcaraz already set to follow up at Queen's

As the first grass-court tournaments of the season draw to a close, it's time to get down to business. On Monday, one of the most prestigious grass-court tournaments in the world gets underway: the Queen's tournament.

Numerous top players are expected to take part, including a certain Carlos Alcaraz. Crowned champion at Roland Garros a few days ago, the Spaniard is already set to kick off his grass-court season with the defense of his title, won last year against De Minaur in the final (6-4, 6-4).

Fortunately for him, the draw for the final draw was relatively kind to the world number 2. As a result, it was mainly clay-court enthusiasts who were placed in his quarter-table (Cerundolo, Navone, Tabilo, Baez, Davidovich Fokina...). That said, the Spaniard shouldn't relax too much either, as a certain Jack Draper (finalist in Stuttgart on Sunday) could be waiting for him in the last 16.

Once again, the draw is sure to be a dream come true. Of particular note is a potential Dimitrov/Alcaraz semi-final, which could prove instructive ahead of Wimbledon.

As for France, the draw was not very reassuring. Although seeded, Ugo Humbert will have to face Matteo Arnaldi in his first match, while Adrian Mannarino will be up against one of the season's most in-form players: Grigor Dimitrov.

GER Zverev, Alexander [4]
2
1
7
6
3
ESP Alcaraz, Carlos [3]
6
6
5
2
6
tick
ESP Alcaraz, Carlos [1]
6
6
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AUS De Minaur, Alex [7]
4
4
ESP Alcaraz, Carlos [1]
7
6
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ARG Cerundolo, Francisco
5
1
ITA Arnaldi, Matteo
7
6
3
tick
FRA Humbert, Ugo [8]
6
1
6
BUL Dimitrov, Grigor [3]
6
6
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FRA Mannarino, Adrian
2
1
Carlos Alcaraz
3e, 8130 points
Francisco Cerundolo
30e, 1315 points
Mariano Navone
32e, 1282 points
Alejandro Tabilo
19e, 1904 points
Sebastian Baez
18e, 2020 points
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
36e, 1240 points
Jack Draper
28e, 1461 points
Grigor Dimitrov
10e, 3750 points
Ugo Humbert
16e, 2300 points
Matteo Arnaldi
35e, 1245 points
Adrian Mannarino
24e, 1625 points
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