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17 - 23 June 2019

Fever-Tree Championships

The Queen's Club

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Schedule & Order of Play

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Please see below for key information on the Fever-Tree Championships including draw sizes, provisional schedule and order of play.

We also recommend following our social media channels below for the latest news and information as the schedule and order of play are subject to change at the Tournament’s discretion.

Alternatively, you can call the Tournament telephone number 0844 209 7328 during the tournament for the more information. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your network charges.

Dates

The Fever-Tree Championships is played over 9 days which includes Qualifying and Main Draw matches.

Qualifying matches will take place on Saturday 16 June and Sunday 17 June 2018.

The Main Draw matches will take place from Monday 18 June to Sunday 24 June 2018.

Order of Play & Draws

Each day’s order of play is decided once play for the preceding day has concluded.

Order of play

Draws

Wheelchair Tennis

Qualifying

Qualifying matches will be played on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 June 2018 with free entry into the grounds on both days. 

Play is scheduled to start at 11am on Saturday and Noon on Sunday. Eight matches are scheduled on Saturday and four matches on Sunday. The schedule is subject to change at the Tournament's discretion.

Please note, entry will be on a first come, first served basis and is limited to a maximum of 800 people per day. Re-entry is not allowed during Qualifying, so if you leave the grounds you will need to re-join the queue to enter the Tournament again.

As final preparations for the Tournament are still taking place over this weekend not all facilities within the grounds will be open.

Schedule of Play

The grounds open at 10:30 am daily from Monday to Friday and at 11am on Saturday and Sunday. They will close one hour after the last match finishes. 

Play start times are variable but will not be earlier than 12 noon on any court Monday to Friday, 1pm on Saturday and 2:30pm on Sunday.

2018 Provisional Match Schedule

Date

Singles

Doubles

Saturday 16 June

Qualifying

Qualifying

Sunday 17 June

Qualifying

Qualifying

Monday 18 June

1st Round

1st Round

Tuesday 19 June

1st Round

1st Round

Wednesday 20 June

2nd Round

Quarter-Finals

Thursday 21 June

2nd Round

Quarter-Finals

Friday 22 June

Quarter-Finals

Semi-Finals

Saturday 23 June

Semi-Finals

Semi-Finals

Sunday 24 June

Final

Final

Unfortunately, we cannot confirm the exact schedule of play in advance as timings are very dependent on the weather and other conditions and are subject to change at the Tournament’s discretion. 

Spectators are reminded that tickets are issued to view such matches as may be played on the designated day and that the order and times of play are subject to change at the Tournament’s discretion.

Start & Finish Times

The grounds open at 10:30 am daily from Monday to Friday and at 11am on Saturday and Sunday. They will close one hour after the last match finishes. These times are subject to change at the Tournament’s discretion.

Play start times are variable but will not be earlier than 12 noon on any court Monday to Friday, 1pm on Saturday and 2:30pm on Sunday.

If there have been no breaks in play it is likely that play will finish by approximately 7:30pm. However play may continue as long as the light is good, which can be as late as 9pm.

Wheelchair Tournament

The Fever-Tree Championships is set to stage a wheelchair tournament at The Queen’s Club for the first time. The event, featuring both singles and doubles matches, is being organised by the Lawn Tennis Association and supported by the Tennis Foundation and will take place on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the event. 

British stars Alfie Hewett, the current World No.1 and two-time Grand Slam champion and Paralympic gold-medallist Gordon Reid are due to take part, along with Stephane Houdet, World number 4, Nicolas Peifer, World number 6, Stefan Olsson, World number 7 and Daniel Caverzaschi, World number 14.

The event will be staged on one of the outside courts. On Friday, 22 June spectators with Ground Admission inc. Unreserved Court 1 and Centre Court tickets will be able to view from unreserved seating on the outside courts.

On Saturday, 23 June and Sunday, 24 June Centre Court ticket holders will be able to view from unreserved seating on the outside courts.

Please note Ground Admission inc. Unreserved Court 1 tickets are not on sale on Saturday and Sunday.

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