The Queen's Club Championships will take place this year between June and a select number of tickets are still on sale.
Sponsored this year by drinks company Fever-Tree, Queen's is usually seen as a warm-up exercise for Wimbledon. This year, however, the tournament might just garner some added attention. It could feature some of Andy Murray's last ever tennis games on UK soil.
The tennis superstar is recovering from injury but has not yet ruled out an appearance at the event. At this moment in time, nothing has been confirmed but if you would like to book your place at one of the world's oldest tennis tournaments this June, follow the instructions below.
Queen's kicks off on Monday, June 17 and will run through until Sunday, June If the tickets you're looking for are sold out, you can try your luck on resale sites like StubHub.
Tickets are served on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please note that the text at the foot of the link provided above reads that unless you are selecting your own seats, you will be allocated the best available. Like us on Facebook.
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- Free tickets Before those players arrive, qualification rounds for the tournament take place on Saturday 16 June and Sunday 17 June and are open to the public. The qualifying matches will feature talented players from outside the top 50 in the ATP world rankings, battling it out in some exciting matches to earn the right to play the higher ranked players that qualify automatically.
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- It's the big comeback for the former Wimbledon champ and world number 1 — at a tournament he's won a record five times — which could set him up nicely for doubles at SW19 right after. See how Andy and the rest get on with a Queen's Club tennis live stream.
- The biggest story has been Andy Murray's big comeback at a tournament he's won a record five times. See how Andy and the rest get on with a Queen's Club tennis live stream.