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Taylor Fritz & Ben Shelton added to star-studded entry list for cinch Championships 2024


American No.1 Taylor Fritz and world No.17 Ben Shelton have added their names to the line-up at this year’s cinch Championships from 15-23 June.

Fritz and Shelton join reigning champion and world No.2 Carlos Alcaraz, Holger Rune, Alex de Minaur and fellow American Frances Tiafoe as the first stars confirmed to compete at the Queen’s Club this summer.

Former world No.5 and seven-time ATP title-winner Fritz returns to West London for the third consecutive year looking to better his second round performance in 2023.

The American has a great record on the grass as a two-time former champion at the Rothesay International Eastbourne (2019 and 2021) and as a former Wimbledon quarter-finalist.

Fritz has started the season in impressive form, claiming the title at Delray Beach and making the quarter-finals at the Australian Open.

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“I’m always excited to go back to Queen’s. It feels really historical – it’s a tournament I’d watch a lot as a kid on TV and the courts are just amazing.

“I think grass can be a great surface for me. Unfortunately, I haven’t quite had the results yet at Queen’s but this year I’m looking to change that.”

cinch Championships player list so far...

  • Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) - world No.2
  • Holger Rune (DEN) - world No.7
  • Alex de Minaur (AUS) - world No.10
  • Taylor Fritz (USA) - world No.13
  • Ben Shelton (USA) - world No.17
  • Frances Tiafoe (USA) - world No.22


Shelton is one of the most entertaining stars on the ATP Tour and just over a year into his career competing on the pro tour, has already established himself inside the top 20.

A semi-finalist at the US Open and quarter-finalist at the Australian Open last year, Shelton secured his first career title in October at the ATP 500 in Tokyo.

Shelton made his debut at the cinch Championships last year competing in the first grass court event of his career. The 21-year-old beat countryman J.J. Wolf to reach the second round where he lost out to world No.16 Lorenzo Musetti in three sets. The young American then went on to make the second round on his maiden visit to Wimbledon.

“I’m really looking forward to being back at Queen’s. It’s an historic tournament and playing on the Centre Court there was one of the coolest experiences for me.

“I think the grass is unbelievable there. It was my first time playing on grass there last year so to win my first match – I wasn’t really expecting it.

“The fans are really into their tennis there and they get really loud.”

Keep an eye out for more player announcements for our summer grass court events over the coming weeks.

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