Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov and Frances Tiafoe – clarified as three of the”very exciting young players in the sport” – will play Queen’s in June.
Canada’s Auger-Aliassime, 18, are the first male player born from the 2000s to reach the world’s top 50 once the newest rankings come out on Monday.
He has reached the Miami Open semi-finals this week, even whereas both Shapovalov and Tiafoe match from the quarter-finals.
“There is no greater way to prepare to Wimbledon,” Auger-Aliassime stated.
Auger-Aliassime is the youngest player to reach the Miami semis from the tournament’s 35-year history – he is just two months younger than Spanish amazing Rafael Nadal was in reaching the same feat in 2005.
In case he reaches the final, he could meet fellow Canadian Shapovalov, 1 9, or 21-year-old American Tiafoe, who play eachother at the last eight years on Thursday.
“Denis had a fantastic run at the Queen’s Club a couple of years before, and he said during that I will be careful because of his good friend Felix because he is an amazing gift,” tournament director Stephen Farrow stated.
“the outcome Felix has posted on the last week at Miami backup that view, and we have been thrilled that he will make his debut this past season .”
The Fever-Tree Championships take place from 17-23 June, together with BBC Sport offering live protection by the west London club around television, radio and online.
British numberone Kyle Edmund, Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas, Croatia’s defending champion Marin Cilic and enjoyable Australian Nick Kyrgios will also return to the Queen’s grass.
Former world number one Andy Murray has a career-long devotion to the tournament, but his involvement is in doubt after he had surgery on his hip last month.
Wimbledon begins at the All England Club a fortnight later on 1 July.