Muguruza, against Ferro; Halep, current champion, is low

Muguruza will start the tournament against the French (49th). Halep, a 2019 winner, will not play due to a muscle injury. Carla Suárez, against Barty and Bolsava-Badosa in the first round.

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Garbiñe Muguruza, champion in 2017 and finalist in 2015, will begin her career at Wimbledon this year against Fiona Ferro, a 24-year-old Frenchwoman and 49th in the world, who she has faced only once with a victory at Roland Garros 2018, on the opposite side from the table of the first favorite, Ashleigh Barty, who will start her participation against another Spanish, Carla Suárez. The Canarian, who says goodbye to the British Grand Slam, will have the worst possible start and at the same time the most exciting.

Simona Halep, winner of the latest edition, 2019, announced her resignation minutes before the draw for the pictures due to a muscle injury in the calf of her left leg. Aryna Sabalenka takes the place of the Romanian as seed number two. The hypothetical quarterfinals, by WTA classification, would be Barty (1st) -Andreescu (5th), Svitolina (3rd) -Serena Williams (6th), Kenin (4th) -Karolina Pliskova (8th) and Sabalenka (2nd) - Swiatek (7th) .

On the way to Muguruza they would be behind Ferro, Kuznetsova, Jabeur, Swiatek, Sabalenka and Kenin before a possible final against Barty, who has before him as hypothetical opponents after Carla Suárez Blinkova, Konta, Krejcikova, Andreescu, Svitolina and Sabalenka.

Spanish derby: Bolsava-Badosa

Apart from Garbiñe and Carla, the Navy has three other insured participants, waiting for what Nuria Parrizas and Cristian Bucsa do this Friday in the previous one. Fortune wanted two of them, Aliona Bolsava and Paula Badosa (30th favorite) to meet in the first round. And there could be another Spanish derby, since Sara Sorribes will debut against a qualifier.



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