The Queen’s Club’s most iconic tennis tournament, the cinch Championships, is back for another unforgettable year.
The tournament gets underway on Monday 19 June and runs until Sunday 25 June 2023 and is known as a key indicator for Wimbledon, and kickstarts the British grass court season in style.
Among the line-up are 10 of Britain’s top tennis and wheelchair tennis players, who will join the international stars which includes the current world No.2.
Named as ATP 500 tournament of the year four times, it is certainly a tournament that any player would be proud to play in.
With all-star line-ups and its accessibility for fans, the Queen’s Club stands out and every year creates a unique atmosphere perfect for those wishing to enjoy world-class sport combined with an award-winning fan experience.
The line-up for this years tournament at the Queen’s Club has been announced and we can’t wait to see some of our favourites…
It’s official! The cinch Championships King, Matteo Berrettini, will return to W14 in 2023, in an attempt to retain the trophy for a third year.
He is only the second player in the Open Era to win back-to-back titles in his first appearances at the tournament and we can’t wait to see him back on the grass courts of London’s prestigious Queen’s Club.
Men’s singles world No.2 Carlos Alcaraz will make his debut at Queen’s this year.
Alcaraz currently features in the top five of the ATP rankings and has had an impressive start to 2023. At the Indian Wells Masters he recorded his 100th career win, the second fastest player to do so after John McEnroe, and has been dominating on clay so far.
Five-time champion Murray looks to add another title to his Queen’s Club record.
No player has ever had a greater career at The Queen’s Club than Murray, who boasts an impressive six titles at this ATP 500 event. We are certainly excited for his appearance this year and some more classic Murray moments!
The current British No.1 has had a rocky road so far in 2023.
Norrie, who is currently ranked 14th in the world, started the season at the 2023 United Cup with two top-10 wins where he defeated world No. 2 Rafael Nadal and world No. 9 Taylor Fritz. However, he has since suffered losses at Indian Well Masters and Monte Carlo Masters, so he will be looking to go one better than last year's run to the final and face old rivals on the grass court.
The past few years have been filled with success for Dan Evans.
The British No.2 achieved his career-high ranking of world No.22 in 2021, the same year he earned his first ATP Tour title and beat world No.1 Novak Djokovic.
So far this year, Evans made it to the third round of the Australian Open where he was defeated by Andrey Rublev. Evans is a fan of Queen’s and views it as one of the best and most prestigious tournaments. He will be looking to better last years performance which saw him knocked out by Matteo Berrettini in the first challenge.
General admission tickets are selling fast for this year’s cinch Championships, with most days already sold out.
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