How to watch: Queen’s Club Championships and Halle Open semi-finals
The ATP 500 events at the Queen’s Club and Halle’s OWL Arena are down to the last four.
In London the action will get underway at 13:00 (BST) when Botic van de Zandschulp takes on defending champion Matteo Berrettini.
The second semi-final is a Balkan affair with Croatia’s Marin Čilić set to meet Serbia’s Filip Krajinović.
Great Britain’s Lloyd Glasspool features in the doubles final which will follow.
Glasspool has teamed with India’s Rohan Bopanna to reach the championship match and they will face Denis Shapovalov and his Finnish partner Harri Heliövaara.
How to watch the 2022 Queen’s Club Championships
Tennis fans in the United Kingdom can catch the live action for FREE on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and through the BBC Red Button.
Amazon Prime Video is also broadcasting the Queen’s Club Championship through their subscription streaming service and they offer new users a FREE 30-day Amazon Prime trial.
Viewers in the United States will get coverage through Tennis Channel and worldwide subscription service Tennis TV is the go-to place for ATP Tour events.
Queen’s Club Championships singles matches on Centre Court get underway at 13:00 (BST) on Saturday.
In Halle, World No 1 Daniil Medvedev will need to battle past home hope Oscar Otte to reach a second consecutive ATP Tour final.
The first of the semi-finals is set to start no earlier than 13:30 (BST)
After that matchup we will be treated to a mouthwatering contest between Nick Kyrgios and Hubert Hurkacz with plenty of power and craft likely to be on display in Detmold.
The Halle Open Men’s Doubles Final between the team of Tim Pütz and Michael Venus and the pairing of Marcelo Arévalo and Jean-Julien Rojer will follow.
How to watch the 2022 Halle Open
Viewers hoping to catch Halle Open will, in most cases, need to stream across the global service Tennis TV or on Amazon Prime Video.
Check your local TV listings if you are outside of the UK for alternative broadcast options.
Matches at the OWL Arena will get underway at 11:00 (BST).
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