Six Spanish tennis players seek their place for Wimbledon

Tommy Robredo returns a ball during his match against Andy Murray at Wimbledon 2013.

Four Spanish tennis players begin this Tuesday the preliminary phase of the Wimbledon tournament with the aim of being in the final table that starts on June 28.

Mario Vilella, Bernabé Zapata, Carlos Taberner and Tommy Robredo dispute the preliminary phase this Tuesday in the Roehampton complex outside London.

Vilella faces Russian Andrey Kuznetsov; Taberner to the Argentine Andrea Collarini; Robredo to the Czech Tomas Machac and Zapata to the Italian Alessandro Gianessi.

To be in the final draw at Wimbledon they will have to win three games. The dispute of the day on Monday had to be suspended due to the rain that is raining these days on the British capital and that already forced the total cancellation of the day of the Birmingham tournament last Friday.

Arruabarrena and Georgina García Pérez, for the final women’s draw

In the preview of the women’s team there will also be two Spanish tennis players who will seek a pass to the final table of Wimbledon, where Garbiñe Muguruza, Paula Badosa and Sara Sorribes are already there. Lara Arruabarrena from Gipuzkoa meets Croatian Jana Fett, while Georgina García Pérez from Barcelona meets Anhelina Kalinina from Ukraine looking for a place to compete in the final phase of the great tournament of the grass season.

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