The Queen’s Club Championships 2018 – Live TV Coverage on the BBC

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The 2018 Fever-Tree Championships take place this week (18 to 24 June) at the Queen’s Club in London.

The championships has the strongest line-up in its 128-year history with 15 of the world’s top 30 taking part

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.

Andy Murray suffered a shock defeat at this stage last year, going out to lucky loser Jordan Thompson in straight sets.

It was a tournament to forget for British players, with Cameron Norrie, James Ward, Kyle Edmund and Liam Broady also falling at the first hurdle.

TV Coverage

Monday, 18 June

13:15-18:00 – BBC Two
12:00-13:00 & 17:55-19:45 – BBC Red Button

Tuesday, 19 June

13:00-18:00 – BBC Two
12:00-13:00 & 17:15-19:45 – BBC Red Button

Wednesday, 20 June

13:00-18:00 – BBC Two
12:00-13:00 & 17:55-19:45 – BBC Red Button

Thursday, 21 June

13:00-18:00 – BBC Two
12:00-13:15 & 17:45-19:45 – BBC Red Button

Friday, 22 June

13:00-18:00 – BBC Two
12:00-13:15 & 17:55-19:45 – BBC Red Button

Saturday, 23 June

Semi-finals

13:00-17:00 – BBC Two
15:00-19:00 – BBC Red Button

Sunday, 24 June

Final

14:30-17:30 – BBC Two

Posted on Monday 18 June 2018
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