Queen’s Club: Aegon Championships 2017- Live Tennis Coverage on BBC TV

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The 2017 Aegon Championships take place this week (19 to 25 June) at the Queen’s Club in London.

Traditionally known as the Queen’s Club Championships, It’ll be the 114th edition of this tournament and part of the ATP World Tour 500 series of the 2017 ATP World Tour.

The tournament will be shown live on the BBC, where Sue Barker fronts the coverage. commentary comes from Andrew Castle, Andrew Cotter, John Lloyd and Peter Fleming, while reports come from John Inverdale.

Current world number one Andy Murray won here last year for the fifth time in his career, surpassing the record set by seven other players, including the likes of John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Andy Roddick, to become the outright most successful man in the tournament’s history.

Murray began his campaign last year with a triumph against Nicolas Mahut, edging through in two tie-breaks to reach the last 16.

TV Coverage

Monday 19 June
1.00pm – BBC Two – First Round

Tuesday 20 June
1.00pm – BBC Two – First Round

Wednesday 21 June
1.10pm – BBC Two – Second Round

Thursday 22 June
1.00pm – BBC Two – Second Round

Friday 23 June
1.00pm – BBC Two – Quarter-finals

Saturday 24 June
1.15pm – BBC One – Semi-finals

Sunday 25 June
2.00pm – BBC One – Finals

Posted on Monday 19 June 2017
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