(formerly known as the Aegon Championships), and commonly referred to as Championships are a summer staple of the men’s and will take place from 18-24 June. Many players will make their season’s first switch from clay to grass courts, making the tournament a key indicator for Wimbledon – 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions have played it.
Since 1979, The Queen’s Club Championships have attracted the world’s best players. Previous champions include John McEnroe, Lleyton Hewitt, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez. Among this year’s iconic players is Andy Murray, who is making his long awaited return from injury.
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This year, reigning champion Feliciano López will defend his singles title against the game’s top players, including 16-time grand slam winner Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov and Kyle Edmund.
Ways to Watch
Love Fifteen: This rustic, tennis-themed restaurant offers three-course dining options with selected wines, Pimm’s and beer. Situated on the ground floor of the Hospitality Village, the package includes centre court tickets. From £299pp.
Roof Garden: Premium centre court tickets and access to semi-private three-course and self serve dining on a large outdoor terrace is just one way to enjoy the tennis. From £475pp.
Club Lounge: After sitting premium centre court-side, retire to a private table for a gourmet 5 course tasting menu with vintage and rosé Champagne, fine wines and cocktails. This intimate, luxurious lounge setting is the ultimate way to reboot. From £655pp.
The President’s Room: With unrivalled views of centre court from the facility, enjoy the traditional, exclusive experience of the tennis at the Queen’s Clubhouse Pavilion. Official Royal Box balcony seating included. From £655pp.
The Real Tennis Dedans and The Real Tennis Museum: Privacy and prestige: Get exclusive use of the facility within Queen’s Clubhouse Pavilion, suitable for up to 12 people and inclusive of Official North Stand seating. From £489pp.
Visit to book hospitality packages.
Provisional Match Schedule
Monday 18 June: Singles– 1st Round. Doubles– 1st Round.
Tuesday 19 June: Singles– 1st Round. Doubles– 1st Round.
Wednesday 20 June: Singles– 2nd Round. Doubles– Quarter Finals.
Thursday 21 June: Singles– 2nd Round. Doubles– Quarter Finals.
Friday 22 June: Singles– Quarter Finals. Doubles– Semi-Finals.
Saturday 23 June: Singles– Semi-Finals. Doubles– Semi-Finals.
Sunday 24 June: Singles– Finals. Doubles– Finals.
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