Update: 25 June 2018, Monday
Congratulations to Marin Čilić for winning the Men’s Single in a tough match against former world number one, Djokovic. Read more on his win from the BBC here. On the other side, the Men’s Doubles trophy is championed by Henri Kontinen and John Peers after beating Soares and Murray. Up next, the Wimbledon is starting on the 2nd of July, 2018.
It’s tennis, it’s on grass, it’s in West London, it’s…er…Queens, officially now known as the Fever-Tree Championships 2018, to us it will always be the Wimbledon Warm Up (sorry Ma’am).
Founded in 1890, the Queen’s Club Championship is one of the most prestigious grass court tournaments in the world, but for some reason it’s totally eclipsed by it’s neighbour which happens to start the following week.
Scheduled from June 18 to 24, 2018, Murray will be the favourite again this year, after returning from a hip surgery. Whilst Nadal pulled out after winning the Rolland Garros, there is still the long awaited return to Queen’s from Djokovic. Stream it live for free via the BBC.
Men’s Single – Feliciano López (Spain)
Men’s Double – Jamie Murray (UK) & Bruno Soares (Brazil)
2018 Queen’s Club Championship Schedule
Tournament Period: 18 — 24 June, 2018
Live stream starting on 18 June (Monday) at 1300GMT.
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(Updated: 25th June 2018)
18 June (Monday) – Round 1
19 June (Tuesday) – Round 1
20 June (Wednesday) – Round 2
Singles Schedule & Bracket via Wikipedia
Doubles Schedule & Bracket via Wikipedia
Lawn Tennis Association Resources
Official Queen’s Club Championships Event Page.
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