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15 - 21 June 2020

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Fever-Tree Championships: Star-studded line-up revealed

  • 07/05/2019

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From 17 June 2019, the Fever-Tree Championships will kick off at The Queen's Club and as always, it's set to welcome many of the world's best male players. 

British No.1 Kyle Edmund and No.2 Cameron Norrie lead the British charge, with last year's Wimbledon and US Open finalists Kevin Anderson and Juan Martin Del Potro, defending champion Marin Cilic and three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka all in the mix. 

Making their maiden appearances at the ATP 500 grass court tournament are three of the world's brightest young stars in men's tennis, including world No.10 Stefanos Tsitipas, world No.30 Felix Auger-Aliassime and Australian No.1 Alex de Minaur. 

They're joined by 2019 Acapulco winner Nick Kyrgios, 2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic, Australian Open semi-finalist Lucas Pouille, world No.14 Daniil Medvedev and world No.20 Denis Shapavolov. Check out the full player entry list

A wild card is being held for five-time champion Andy Murray, who will confirm closer to the time if he's fit enough to compete. 

In addition to the singles line-up, a world-class field of teams will play for the doubles title, the Fever-Tree Wheelchair Tennis Championships will be held and the inaugural Paul Hutchins Trophy will take place - an 18-and-under competition between Great Britain and the United States. 

Who said what? 

Kyle Edmund

“The Fever-Tree Championships is one of the best events on the tour, and the grass at The Queen’s Club plays perfectly, so I am really looking forward to it. Queen's is a special place for me and the tournament has always had a very special place in my heart. They always have such a great player field and I’m super excited to be coming back.”

Stefanos Tsitsipas

"I am really excited to be coming to The Queen’s Club to play the Fever-Tree Championships for the first time. I have heard so much about this club, so many great champions have lifted the trophy over more than a hundred years, and I am looking forward to having my own chance to compete on grass for the title in June."

Marin Cilic

“Winning the Fever-Tree Championships last year was one of the highlights of my career. It was a close final and fightback against Novak (Djokovic), and came after I was narrowly beaten by Feliciano (Lopez) in the final a year earlier. I have always loved playing at The Queen’s Club, and it will be a special feeling to try to defend my title in 2019.”

What happened last year?

Marin Cilic sealed his second title at The Queen's Club with victory over Novak Djokovic in the longest-ever final in the tournament's history.

Cilic battled back from a set down and saved a match point to win it in three sets 5-7, 7-6(4), 6-3, lifting the famous trophy for the second time in his career, backing up the title he earned in 2012.

In doubles, defending champions Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares missed out on lifting the title for the second year in a row, falling to Henri Kontinen and John Peers 4-6, 3-6. 

Catch the stars courtside

Watch world class tennis at The Queen's Club and secure your seat today - Centre Court tickets are available from £65 per person.