ATP – Queen’s> Defeated by 180th World Cup, Ruud will be able to dedicate golf to Wimbledon

Wanting to say something about a surface he doesn’t really like by stating that his preparation for Wimbledon and the grass were taken for him to play golf, Casper Ruud tied the word to action.

Still leading series number one of the prestigious Queen’s tournament, the 5the world player confirmed all the difficulties he had to adapt to the grass by leaning from his first match against local host Ryan Peniston, 180e World Cup: 6–7 (4), 6–7 (2), April 2:10 p.m.

Obviously not in his pitcher, as expected in this incredible net pass, the Norwegian, who is neither signed in Estbourne nor in Majorca the week before Wimbledon, will therefore have time to perfect his put.

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