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Feliciano and Murray will play Colombians Cabal and Farah at Queen’s

Feliciano and Murray will play Colombians Cabal and Farah at Queen’s

Scotsman Andy Murray will return to competition in the doubles draw of the Queen’s tournament together with Spaniard Feliciano López and will face Colombians Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah, leaders of the Race classification of this specialty, in the first round.

The Briton will return to competition after missing the slopes since his defeat in the first round of the last Australian Open, when he announced his intention to retire during 2019.

However, the 32-year-old Murray had a second hip surgery to put on a prosthesis and has put a possible return to individual games on the table throughout this year.

In their Queen’s debut, Murray and Feliciano will face the tournament’s number one seeds Cabal and Farah, champions this year in Barcelona and Rome.

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In the individual draw, Feliciano López will start against the Hungarian Marton Fucsovics, while the Argentine Juan Martín del Potro will start the tournament against the Canadian Denis Shapovalov.

Worse luck was the Chilean Christian Garin, who will play against the current defender of the title, the Croatian Marin Cilic.

The Argentine Diego Schwartzman will do it against a player from the previous one and the Spanish Fernando Verdasco against the fourth seed of the tournament, the Russian Daniil Medvedev.

In addition, Australian Nick Kyrgios, who will play his second grass-court tournament at Queen’s after falling to the first exchange in Stuttgart, will face the Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.

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The first seed of the tournament, Greek Stefanos Tsitipas will play the first round against Britain’s Kyle Edmund.

Another of the important matches that the draw brought will be the one between the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, Queen’s champion in 2014, against the Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime.

The Queen’s tournament, the prelude to Wimbledon, will be played in the British capital from June 17 to 23. EFE

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