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The Queen's Club, London 15 - 23 June 2024

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Carlos Alcaraz smiling on court while lifting the cinch Championships trophy

cinch Championships 2023: Results & updates


Get all the latest results and updates from this year's cinch Championships from 19-25 June.


  • Carlos Alcaraz beats Alex de Minaur to lift cinch Championships trophy 
  • Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid seal men's wheelchair doubles title
  • Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek overcome Taylor Fritz and Jiri Lehecka 6-4, 6-7(5), 10-3 to claim doubles title
  • Hewett misses out on the men's wheelchair singles title after 5-6, 6-3, 7-5 defeat to Joachim Gerard
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Day seven: Alcaraz reigns supreme at the Queen's Club


Carlos Alcaraz has been crowned the winner of the 2023 cinch Championships after a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Alex de Minaur.

In an even match-up between two hungry young players, there was little separating the two until 3-4 in the opener where the Spaniard was forced to save two break points before eventually finding the breakthrough in the ninth game to push ahead and take the set.

Despite being strapped up on his right quad before the second set, Alcaraz showed no signs of taking his foot off the gas pedal, as he continued to pile the pressure on the Australian early on in the second.

In a show-stopping performance from both players, it was a double fault from de Minaur that gifted the world No.2 the break before Alcaraz sealed his service game hold with back-to-back aces.

No stranger to dealing with pressure as he stepped up to serve for the title, the 2022 US Open champion came from 0-30 down to wrap up his first title on the grass in emphatic style and re-claim his position as the world No.1.


Great Britain’s Alfie Hewett just missed out on the title against Joachim Gerard in a tough three set battle that ended 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.

Both Hewett and Gerard were competing to become the first two-time wheelchair singles champion at the Queen’s Club. Going into the encounter it was the Brit who led 18-14 in the head-to-head.

The opening set saw both players tussle for the upper-hand but ultimately, it was world No.2 who came out on top to take the early advantage.

However, the Belgian eventually forced his way back into the match - taking the second set before finding the decisive break at the end of the third to claim the trophy.

The British powerhouse duo Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid then joined forced to come back from a set and 3-1 down to lift the wheelchair doubles title and their 41st career doubles title together, after beating second seeds Joachim Gerard of Belgium and Stephane Houdet of France 1-6, 7-5, (10-3).


Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek have been crowned the 2023 cinch Championships doubles winners after beating singles stars Taylor Fritz and Jiri Lehecka 6-4, 6-7(5), 10-3.

Entering the contest as the more experienced doubles pair, the Croatian, American duo clinched the opening set before Fritz and Lehecka fought their way back into the contest after the second set tie-break saw them level up the scoreboard to one set apiece.

However, Dodig and Krajicek were dominant behind their serves, winning 80% of points behind their first serve and 73% behind their second across the whole match - eventually proving too strong to break down as they prevailed in the deciding 10-point tie-break to lift the silverware.

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