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Aegon Championships History

The Queen's Club

Established in 1886, The Queen's Club was the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world.

It was named after Queen Victoria, its first patron, and is widely renowned as one of the premier Lawn Tennis and Racquets clubs in the world.

Throughout its history, the Club has been an exceptional sporting venue, and today hosts the world famous Aegon Championships.

The Club boasts 28 outdoor Lawn Tennis courts, of which 12 are arguably the finest grass courts in the world, 10 indoor Lawn Tennis courts, 2 Real Tennis courts, 2 Rackets courts, 3 squash courts and a gymnasium.

The Club also offers excellent hospitality facilities, including an elegant restaurant, cafe, museum, and President's Room - all located within the Members' Clubhouse.

The overall setting is both tranquil and charming.

The Aegon Championships

The Aegon Championships is an annual event on the men’s professional ATP World Tour. Established in 1890 and held at the Queen’s Club in West Kensington each June in the run-up to Wimbledon, it is consistently supported by the best singles and doubles players of the men's game.

Since 1979, many iconic players and past Wimbledon champions have played at the Tournament.  Murray, Connors, Lendl, Edberg and Sampras are amongst the legends that have proudly lifted the iconic silver winner’s trophy.

Past Winners

Year

Draws

Singles

Doubles

2016

S D

Andy Murray

Pierre-Hugues Herbert / Nicolas Mahut

2015

S D

Andy Murray

Pierre-Hugues Herbert / Nicolas Mahut

2014

S D

Grigor Dimitrov

Alexander Peya / Bruno Soares

2013

S D

Andy Murray

Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan

2012

S D

Marin Cilic

Max Mirnyi / Daniel Nestor

2011

S D

Andy Murray

Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan

2010

S|D

Sam Querrey

Novak Djokovic / Jonathan Erlich

2009

S|D

Andy Murray

Wesley Moodie / Mikhail Youzhny

2008

S|D

Rafael Nadal

Daniel Nestor / Nenad Zimonjic

2007

S|D

Andy Roddick

Mark Knowles / Daniel Nestor

2006

S|D

Lleyton Hewitt

Paul Hanley / Kevin Ullyett

2005

S|D

Andy Roddick

Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan

2004

S|D

Andy Roddick

Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan

2003

S|D

Andy Roddick

Mark Knowles / Daniel Nestor

2002

S|D

Lleyton Hewitt

Wayne Black / Kevin Ullyett

2001

S|D

Lleyton Hewitt

Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan

2000

S|D

Lleyton Hewitt

Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde

1999

S|D

Pete Sampras

Sebastien Lareau / Alex O'Brien

1998

S|D

Scott Draper

Jonas Bjorkman / Patrick Rafter

1997

S|D

Mark Philippoussis

Mark Philippoussis / Patrick Rafter

1996

S|D

Boris Becker

Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde

1995

S|D

Pete Sampras

Todd Martin / Pete Sampras

1994

S|D

Todd Martin

Jan Apell / Jonas Bjorkman

1993

S|D

Michael Stich

Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde

1992

S|D

Wayne Ferreira

John Fitzgerald / Anders Jarryd

1991

S|D

Stefan Edberg

Todd Woodbridge / Mark Woodforde

1990

S|D

Ivan Lendl

Jeremy Bates / Kevin Curren

1989

S|D

Ivan Lendl

Darren Cahill / Mark Kratzmann

1988

S|D

Boris Becker

Ken Flach / Robert Seguso

1987

S|D

Boris Becker

Guy Forget / Yannick Noah

1986

S|D

Tim Mayotte

Kevin Curren / Guy Forget

1985

S|D

Boris Becker

Ken Flach / Robert Seguso

1984

S|D

John McEnroe

Pat Cash / Paul McNamee

1983

S|D

Jimmy Connors

Brian Gottfried / Paul McNamee

1982

S|D

Jimmy Connors

John McEnroe / Peter Rennert

1981

S|D

John McEnroe

Pat Dupre / Brian Teacher

1980

S|D

John McEnroe

Rod Frawley / Geoff Masters

1979

S|D

John McEnroe

Tim Gullikson / Tom Gullikson

1978

S|D

Tony Roche

Bob Hewitt / Frew McMillan

1977

S|D

Raul Ramirez

Anand Amritraj / Vijay Amritraj

1973

S|D

Ilie Nastase

Tom Okker / Marty Riessen

1972

S|D

Jimmy Connors

Jim McManus / Jim Osborne

1971

S|D

Stan Smith

Tom Okker / Marty Riessen

1970

S|D

Rod Laver

Tom Okker / Marty Riessen

1969

S|D

Fred Stolle

Owen Davidson / Dennis Ralston

Data courtesy of the ATP