Find out everything you need to know about what's happening at this year's cinch Championships.
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Berrettini beats brave Norrie in three sets to win title
cinch Championships 2021: Berrettini beats brave Norrie in three sets to win title
Norrie and Berrettini to face off in Queen’s Club final
cinch Championships 2021: Norrie and Berrettini to face off in Queen’s Club final
Berrettini powers past Evans; Norrie outlasts Draper
cinch Championships 2021: Berrettini powers past Evans; Norrie outlasts Draper
Evans completes first British trio in Queen’s quarter-finals
Dan Evans became the third British player through to the cinch Championships quarter-finals after completing a 6-4, 7-6 (7) victory over France’s Adrian Mannarino in an hour and...
The cinch Championships are played at The Queen's Club in West Kensington, London.
The doubles title was won by Pierre Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, beating Reilly Opelka and John Peers in three sets.
Brit Gordon Reid claimed the Wheelchair Cahmpionships title with a victory over Gustavo Fernandez, while the wheelchair doubles title was won by Joachim Gerard and Stefan Olsson who edged out Fernandez and Tom Egberink.
The cinch Championships will be aired on the BBC, providing full and uninterrupted coverage of the event.