Bautista will debut against Millman; Djokovic and Federer, separated

Bautista, 8th favorite, will face the Australian (43rd). The Serbian, with the British Draper and the Swiss, with the French Mannarino. They would only see each other in the final. Alcaraz makes his debut against Paul.


Roberto Bautista, seed number eight at Wimbledon and semifinalist in the last edition disputed, that of 2019, will debut this year in the British Grand Slam against John Millman. It will be a demanding start for the Castellón player against the competitive and very physical 32-year-old Australian and 43rd in the world. Although it is true that he has a very positive record against: 5-0. On the side of Novak Djokovic's box, Bautista would find himself if he advances to the quarterfinals with Stefanos Tsitsipas.

The world number one will open his participation in the tournament against a local player, Jack Draper (19 years and 250th) and would not see Roger Federer, with whom he played and won the title match two years ago, until another hypothetical final. The Swiss will start his career against Frenchman Adrian Mannarino (32nd and 42nd). Djokovic would play in the quarterfinals against Andrei Rublev and Federer, against number two in the ranking, Daniil Medvedev. The other top-8 match, by virtue of their classification and as long as they advance, would face Alexander Zverev and Matteo Berrettini.

On the way to Bautista, after Millman would be Kecmanovic, Opelka, Shapovalov, Tsitsipas and Djokovic, before a dream final against Medvedev. On his way, the Serbian could have as rivals after Draper Anderson, Davidovich, Monfils, Rublev and Tsitsipas, before a possible reunion with Federer, who would cross before and after Mannarino with Gasquet, Norrie, Carreño, Medvedev and Zverev.

Alcaraz, against Paul

Tsitsipas-Tiafoe, Basilashvili-Murray, Humbert-Kyrgios and Dimitrov-Verdasco are some of the most outstanding matches of a first round in which 10 other Spaniards will compete, most of them at the top of the table. The seeds Pablo Carreño (11th) and Alejandro Davidovich (30th) will meet Americans, Sam Querrey and Denis Kudla, respectively. While the great hope for the future of the Navy, Carlos Alcaraz, will make his debut in this major against the American Tommy Paul. Bernabé Zapata, who qualified brilliantly in the previous one, will meet the Chilean Christian Garín; Pedro Martínez will meet the Italian Stefano Travaglia; Albert Ramos, with another transalpine, Fabio Fognini; Roberto Carballés, with the Canadian Vasek Pospisil; Feliciano López, with the British Daniel Evans; Pablo Andújar, with the French Pierre-Hugues Herbert; and Jaume Munar, with Belarusian Ilya Ivashka.

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