going straight to Wimbledon. I think he'll pay the price and not defend his title there.
He didn't last year and that worked out pretty well for him.Yea really dumb decision to not play a grass warm up.
Djokovic hasn't played Queens or any other Wimbledon warm-up event since 2010. For the last 4 years, he has made an appearance at the Boodles, a grass exho event in the south of England in the week before Wimbledon. He is apparently due to play there this year as well.
No. It's a grasscourt exho event held annually at Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire, England in the week before Wimbledon. It is known as 'The Boodles Challenge'.Is Boodles in Queens? We've known he wouldn't play a tourney warmup for weeks!
Tongue in cheek, bud! (Flushing is in Queens, "suburban" to Manhattan). I was poking fun of a thread started four days after Queen's main draw had started.
Is Boodles in Queens? We've known he wouldn't play a tourney warmup for weeks!
Boodles is the British equivalent of Australia's Kooyong Classic
Becker would probably stick with the tried and trusted formula here, and not change anything.His coach is Becker and Becker should know how to best prepare for Wimbledon. No need to worry, I guess.