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

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Cam Norrie prepares a forehand at the 2023 cinch Championships

10 of Britain's top tennis and wheelchair tennis stars join line-up for 2023 cinch Championships


Ten of Britain’s top male tennis and wheelchair tennis players are today announced in the line-up for the cinch Championships at London’s historic Queen’s Club.

Cam Norrie, Dan Evans, Jack Draper, Andy Murray, Neal Skupski, Joe Salisbury, Lloyd Glasspool, Jamie Murray, Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid are all committed to the tournament running 19-25 June 2023.

The Brits join previously announced international stars, current world No.1 Carlos Alcaraz, two-time defending cinch champion Matteo Berrettini, Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe.

With Alcaraz, Skupski and Hewett, the line-up for this year’s cinch Championships now includes the current world No.1 in the men’s singles, doubles and wheelchair rankings.

Tickets for the event, which went on sale last month, are now extremely limited, with some further tickets released today.

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The cinch Championships has been a successful tournament for British players in recent years. Last year, Glasspool reached the doubles final, following Norrie’s run to the singles final in 2021 – making history that year as Evans and Draper also made it to the quarter-finals. Murray won five singles titles between 2009-2016 as well as the doubles title in 2019.

British No.1 Norrie and 2022 Wimbledon semi-finalist said: “I’m delighted to be returning to The Queen’s Club for the cinch Championships this year – with such a strong looking line-up of players already, I can’t wait to join the other British guys to put on a good show for the home crowd.”

Five-time singles champion Andy Murray said: “It’s always a great week at the cinch Championships, playing at The Queen’s Club with British fans. Obviously I have a lot of special memories there so I’m really looking forward to returning this year.”


LTA Digital and Events Director Chris Pollard added: “The LTA is delighted to be able to showcase the strength in British men’s tennis across singles, doubles and wheelchair at this year’s cinch Championships, joining the most exciting player field we have had in recent memory.  The event is always a player favourite as demonstrated by winning the ATP’s 500-tournament of the year again and our team is looking forward to welcoming all the players and fans to The Queen’s Club in June.”

The full entry list for the cinch Championships will be confirmed week commencing 22 May. 

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