The ATP Tour returns to London next week, with World No. 9 Matteo Berrettini making his debut at the cinch Championships, an ATP 500 grass-court tournament. The Italian, who reached the quarter-finals at Roland Garros (l. to Djokovic), faces compatriot Stefano Travaglia in the first round.
Former World No. 1 Andy Murray will be back in action after accepting a wild card into the event. Murray became the first player to win five Queen’s Club titles (2009, 2011, 2013, 2015-16), separating himself from the elite group of players who have won four Queen’s Club crowns, including John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick. Murray will face top seed Berrettini in the second round if he overcomes Benoit Paire first.
The Brit, who last played singles in Rotterdam this March, will also be joined by second seed Denis Shapovalov, who begins against a qualifier. The 22-year-old Canadian is in the same half as #NextGenATP star Jannik Sinner, with the two projected to meet in the semi-finals. Sinner faces British wild card Jack Draper in the first round.
Also competing is reigning singles and doubles champion Feliciano Lopez, with the Spaniard starting against Filip Krajinovic, while two-time titlist Marin Cilic will play a qualifier.
Berrettini, #NextGenATP Sinner Set For Queen’s Club Debuts
Tournament Dates: 14-20 June 2021
Tournament Director: Luiz Procopio Carvalho
Draw Ceremony Saturday, 12 June
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Schedule (View On Official Website)
* Qualifying: Saturday 12 – Sunday 13 June at 11:00am
* Main draw: Monday 14 – Sunday 20 June at 12:00pm
* Doubles final: Sunday, 20 June at TBA
* Singles final: Sunday, 20 June at TBA
How To Watch
Watch Live On Tennis TV
Tickets: More Information On Official Website
Venue: The Queen’s Club
Prize Money: €1,290,135 (Total Financial Commitment: €1,427,455)
View Who Is Playing, Past Champions, Seeds, Points & Prize Money Breakdown
Honour Roll (Open Era)
Most Titles, Singles: Andy Murray (5)
Most Titles, Doubles: Bob Bryan, Mike Bryan, Mark Woodforde, Todd Woodbridge (5)
Oldest Champion: Feliciano Lopez, 37 in 2019
Youngest Champion: Boris Becker, 17, in 1985
Highest-Ranked Champion: No. 1 Ivan Lendl in 1989-90, No. 1 Stefan Edberg in 1991, No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt in 2002.
Lowest-Ranked Champion: No. 113 Feliciano Lopez in 2019
Most Match Wins: John McEnroe (42)
Last Home Champion: Andy Murray in 2016
Singles: Feliciano Lopez (ESP) d Gilles Simon (FRA) 6-2, 6-7(4,)7-6(2) Read More
Doubles: Feliciano Lopez (ESP) / Andy Murray (GBR) d Rajeev Ram (USA) / Joe Salisbury (GBR) 7-6(6), 5-7, [10-5] Read More