The annual Queen’s Club tennis championships – often seen as a ‘warm up’ for Wimbledon a few weeks later – kicked off on Monday 17 June.
Held on grass courts at the Queen’s Club in West Kensington, London, the championships can often go under the radar, and are not considered one of the major tournaments on the tennis calendar.
However, this year’s event has some added intrigue, as Andy Murray will be partaking in doubles action.
He was back in action on Thursday 20 June, and managed to claim an emotional victory in his first match since a career-saving hip operation.
Murray, 32, and Spain’s Feliciano Lopez won 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 against Colombian top seeds Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal.
Their doubles quarter-final against Britain’s Dan Evans and Ken Skupski on Friday was halted in the second set because of bad light. That match will resume following the conclusion of the singles semi-finals on centre-court. The winners of that match will then face No 3 seeds Henri Kontinen and John Peers in the semi-finals immediately afterwards if there is time.
Here’s the order of play for today, with details on how you can catch all of the action across the BBC and online.
Here’s the order of play for today (21 June):
D Medvedev vs G Simon
F Lopez vs F Auger Aliassime*
A Murray & F Lopez vs D Evans & D Skupski*
A Murray & F Lopez OR D Evans & D Skupski* vs H Kontinen & J Peers*
B Bryan & M Bryan vs R Ram & J Salisbury
*Estimated times subject to change
How to watch live on TV and online
The Queen’s Club Championships 2019 is available on BBC throughout the tournament, and can be live streamed via BBC iPlayer for the duration of the Championships.
Amazon Prime subscribers can also get a different angle on the event, with extensive coverage also being provided by the streaming service.
The full TV schedule for the championships is as follows:
Saturday 22 June
BBC Two: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Amazon Prime: – from 1:00pm
Sunday 23 June
BBC Two: 1:00pm-4:00pm
BBC Red Button: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Amazon Prime: from 1:00pm
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