How to watch Queen’s: What time is Jack Draper vs Emil Ruusuvuori
The fifth day of the Queen’s Club Championships starts with the conclusion of Denis Shapovalov’s first round match against American Tommy Paul.
A Round of 16 match between Alex de Minaur and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina gets proceedings underway on centre court.
Dutch hope Botic van de Zandschulp takes on Grigor Dimitrov, no earlier that 13:20 (BST).
Great Britain’s rising star Jack Draper is set to take on qualifier Emil Ruusuvuori from 13:40 or so.
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
Over in Birmingham there is WTA Tour action where Briton Katie Boulter will meet Caroline Garcia for a place in the quarter-finals.
Following Boulter’s engagement with Garcia, Great Britains’s other major hope, Harriet Dart will bid to upset second seed Simona Halep.
Tereza Martincova and Camila Giorgi will resume their battle on the Ann Jones Court.
Sixth seed Sorana Cirstea and Aleksandra Krunic are scheduled to get the action on centre court underway.
Catie McNally meets Donna Vekic in what is the final scheduled match for the Ann Jones Court on Wednesday.
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 action in Halle gets underway at 11:00 (BST) with World No 1 Daniil Medvedev taking on David Goffin.
All the action in the OWL Arena stadium court will feature seeded players with fifth seed Hubert Hurkacz taking on Frenchman Ugo Humbert.
Nick Kyrgios meets second seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a match that will start no earlier than 13:40 (BST).
In an all-North American clash MacKenzie Donald meets Felix Auger-Aliassime.
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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