Juan Martin del Potro adds to impressive line-up for Queens
Juan Martin Del Potro has added himself to an increasingly impressive line-up for the Fever-Tree Championships at Queens.
The Wimbledon warm-up event already boasts Rafael Nadal, Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov, and Andy Murray, while new British number one Kyle Edmund will also compete.
Del Potro’s edition means four of the current top six in the world are confirmed to appear in the tournament.
Great news that @delpotrojuan has joined the Fever-Tree Championships line-up!
— British Tennis (@BritishTennis) April 26, 2018
“This year has been a very good start for me and I would love to continue playing my best tennis on grass,” said Del Potro.
“It is always a very strong player-field, so I am excited to start my grass season at this amazing tournament.”
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