It’s tennis, it’s on grass, it’s in West London, it’s…er…Queens, officially now known as the Fever-Tree Championships 2019, to us it will always be the Wimbledon Warm Up (sorry Ma’am).
Founded in 1890, the Queen’s Club Championship is one of the most prestigious grass court tournaments in the world, but for some reason it’s totally eclipsed by it’s neighbour which happens to start the following week.
Scheduled from 17 — 23 June, stream it live for free via the BBC.
2019 Live Results
Men’s Singles – TBA
Men’s Doubles – TBA
Men’s Single – Marin Čilić (Croatia)
Men’s Double – Henri Kontinen (Finland) & John Peers (Australia)
2019 Queen’s Club Championship Schedule
Tournament Period: 17 — 23 June
Live stream starting on 17 June (Monday) at 13:00GMT.
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17 June (Monday) – Round 1
18 June (Tuesday) – Round 1
19 June (Wednesday) – Round 2 / Quarterfinals
20 June (Thursday) – Round 2 / Quarterfinals
21 June (Friday) – Quarterfinals / Semifinals
Lawn Tennis Association Resources
Official Queen’s Club Championships Event
Official Queen’s Club Championships Schedule
Watch 2019 Queen’s Club Championship Live Stream Online
The BBC will be showing the entire tournament to all U.K residents. However, if you’re not currently in the U.K. then you’ll need to connect a VPN first before attempting to stream.
VPN Connection Setup Guide
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2) Install the VPN on any device that you’ll be using to watch the 2019 Queen’s Club Championship.
3) Ensure that you connect to the UK VPN server that is supported by the provider. For example, connect to U.K for BBC.
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