(ANSA) – ROME, JUN 15 – Six years have passed since the last double at Queen’s, with Andy Murray’s consecutive victories number 4 and 5. Now the reigning champion of the London tennis tournament, Matteo Berrettini, hopes to be able to replicate the feat and confirm the title.
A mission that is not impossible, especially after the elimination of Casper Rudd and after Berrettini’s victory in two sets against Daniel Evans, a specialist on grass. Sisal experts see the blue as the main favorite, with a share of 3.50. Right behind him is the Croatian Marin Cilic, number 17 in the world, who had been victorious at Queen’s in 2018: his second title in London is offered for 4.00.
Another formidable rival for Berrettini is the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, who at his debut eliminated last year’s finalist Cameron Norrie: Dimitrov is now number 22 in the ATP ranking and his triumph at Queen’s is played at 7.50 (ANSA).