How to watch Queen’s Club Championships: What time does Ryan Peniston play?
Tommy Paul and Stan Wawrinka are set to get the sixth day of the Queen’s Club Championships underway in London today.
Paul and Wawrinka meet for a place in the last eight before defending champion Matteo Berrettini takes on USA’s Denis Kudla.
The only Briton left in the draw, Ryan Peniston takes on Francisco Cerundulo no earlier than 14:40 (BST).
Sam Querrey is the third American in action on Thursday as he is set to close off proceedings on centre court alongside Serbia’s Filip Krajinović.
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.
Matches on Centre Court get underway at 12:00 (BST) Monday through to Thursday.
Rothesay Classic Birmingham
Meanwhile, in Birmingham, preparations are underway for another day of top-class women’s tennis on the Ann Jones Court.
Katie Boulter carries the local hopes but won’t be in action until her quarterfinal against Simona Halep on Friday.
Italy’s Camila Giorgi is tasked with kicking things off when she faces Lauren Davis in a Round of 16 match.
Jelena Ostapenko meets Dayana Yastremska in what might be the match of the day to follow.
Then eighth seed Zheng Shuai takes on Elena-Gabriela Ruse of Romania and Brazil’s Beatriz Haddad Maia meets Poland’s Magdalena Fręch.
How to watch the 2022 Rothesay Classic Birmingham
BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website will provide coverage from 11:00-20:00 every day and Amazon Prime will also have the event available on their streaming service.
Tennis Channel will provide coverage for viewers in the United States.
The tennis in Halle gets underway at 11:00 (BST) with Laslo Djere taking on eighth seed Karen Khachanov.
Following that Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili will aim to end the run of home hope Oscar Otte.
World No 1 Daniil Medvedev battles compatriot Ilya Ivashka and Tallon Griekspoor meets seventh seed Roberto Bautista-Agut.
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.
Check your local TV listings if you are outside of the UK.
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