It’s tennis, it’s on grass, it’s in West London, it’s…er…Queens, officially now known as the Aegon Championships 2017, 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 19 to 25, 2017, Murray will be the favourite again this year, especially after winning it for the fifth time last year. Nadal is still down to play and is in the form of his life after his 10th Roland Garros, but he didn’t sound overly confident about his knee holding up on grass though, so we’ll just have to see.
Men’s Single – Andy Murray
Men’s Double – Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut
2017 Queen’s Club Championship Schedule
Live stream starting on 19 June (Monday) at 1300GMT.
19 June (Monday) – Round 1 (TBA)
20 June (Tuesday) – Round 1 (TBA)
21 June (Wednesday) – Round 1 / 2 (TBA)
22 June (Thursday) – Round 2 (TBA)
23 June (Friday) – Quarter Finals (TBA)
24 June (Saturday) – Semi Finals (TBA)
25 June (Sunday) – Finals (TBA)
Lawn Tennis Association Resources
Official Event Page Here.
Programme Page Here.
Live Coverage Schedule Here.
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