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Carlos Alcaraz's London home for Queen's and Wimbledon next door to the All England Club

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Carlos Alcaraz will continue celebrating his French Open win before going on holiday for a few days. It is exactly what he did last year after falling in the semifinals of Roland Garros with Novak Djokovic.

The tennis player will recharge his batteries and disconnect for three days before returning to training at the end of the week. He will then head to London for the Queen’s Open 500, where he will defend his title. On the entry list are prominent names such as Grigor Dimitrov, Taylor Fritz and Holger Rune, among others.

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He will be accompanied by Samuel Lopez as coach. The latter already tutored him last year in the achievement of the victory on the London turf.

Alcaraz will also repeat home. He will stay from the first day and until the end of his participation in Wimbledon far from the center of the English capital. His two-storey residence is next to the All England Club, so he will walk to the club.

The house has absolutely everything, including a large garden and a basketball court where last year he challenged his team. His little brother Jaime had a particularly good time there.

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