How to watch the Queen’s Club Championships 2022

Delight for Matteo Berrettini

Defending champion Matteo Berrettini is set to tread a difficult path if he is to retain the title at the Queen’s Club Championships in London this week.

Berrettini is looking good on grass after seeing off Andy Murray in a tough three-set final in Stuttgart on Sunday.

For those hoping to catch local talent in action the first round features the best of Britain taking on some significant players on the ATP Tour.

Berrettini starts against Briton Daniel Evans and could face Murray again in the second round if the record five-time Queen’s Club champion can overcome his compatriot Lorenzo Sonego in his first match.

Dangerous sixth seed Denis Shapovalov also lurks in Berrettini’s quarter of the draw.

Another strong local hope Cameron Norrie is also in the bottom half of the draw and begins against Grigor Dimitrov.

Top seed Casper Ruud is set to make his debut at The Queen’s Club against British wild card Ryan Peniston in the first round.

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Emerging Brit Jack Draper will no doubt hope for another deep run at the Queen’s Club Championships.

Draper will play fourth seed Taylor Fritz in the first round.

Other standout first-round matches include Italian Lorenzo Musetti taking on the erratic but entertaining Alexander Bublik, and two-time Queen’s Club championships winner Marin Cilic testing himself against British wildcard Liam Broady.

Another promising British prospect, Paul Jubb, has fought his way through qualifying and will open his tournament proper against Dutchman Botic van de Zandschulp.

Seven British men have been entered in the 32-man singles draw at the Queen’s Club Championships.

How to watch the Queen’s Club Championships 2022

For viewers in the United Kingdom, Amazon Prime Video will be the primary provider of live coverage from the Queen’s Club Championships over their subscription streaming service.

BBC One and BBC Two, BBC iPlayer will also be keeping up with the action live.

Tennis Channel will provide coverage for viewers in the United States, while worldwide subscription service Tennis TV continues its comprehensive coverage of the ATP Tour as usual.

Matches scheduled on centre court start from 12:00 (BST) on Monday through to Thursday.