The Spanish tennis player will play two exhibition matches at Hurlingham before the start of the tournament.
Carlos Alcaraz has admitted feeling “very excited” about his imminent participation in the Wimbledon tournament and this Monday he will travel to London with his team, led by his coach, Juan Carlos Ferrero.
“I can not wait to start”, the young Murcian tennis player, who will prepare for the third Grand Slam of the season, has declared through his social networks, playing two exhibition matches at Hurlingham (Argentina) with Rafael Nadal.
Carlos Alcaraz, 19 years old and player number seven in the ATP ranking, has not competed since May 31, the day he was eliminated in the Roland Garros quarterfinals against the German tennis player Alexander Zverev.
The tennis player from El Palmar (Murcia, a city situated in the south of Spain) had planned to play the ATP 500 of Queens to adapt to the grass, but he gave up doing it to disconnect and recover from the discomfort he drags in his right ankle and elbow.
In any casa, he has been exercising on grass and will take advantage of his presence in Hurlingham to prepare during the previous week to Wimbledon, a championship scheduled from June 27 to July 10.