The BBC has moved today’s Queen’s tennis final from BBC Two to BBC One as Andy Murray defends his championship against Milos Raonic.
The British number one, Murray, joined a list of players to have won this grass-court tournament on four occasions, when he defeated big-serving South African Kevin Anderson in straight sets in the 2015 final.
So a win today would take Murray past four-time champions Boris Becker, Lleyton Hewitt, Andy Roddick and Roy Emerson.
Today’s final will also be the first meeting of former rivals Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe as opposing coaches.
Coverage starts at 2pm on BBC One and BBC One HD before switching to BBC Two and BBC Two HD at 3.40pm. The match will also be streamed live via the BBC Sport website.
Sue Barker will be joined in the company of Andrew Castle, Andrew Cotter, John Lloyd and Peter Fleming.
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