Getty Images

ATP Aegon Championships at Queen's 2017: When it starts, dates, live TV coverage, order of play

Road to Wimbledon: Everything you need to know about Queen's
By Eurosport

19/06/2017 at 09:09Updated 21/06/2017 at 13:30

Wimbledon starts in just a fortnight but there is a whole host of brilliant grass-court tennis in the build-up, which you can watch live on Eurosport and Eurosport Player.

We have live coverage from four tournaments over the next two weeks, with some of the world’s best tennis players in action, including British number ones Andy Murray and Johanna Konta.

Monday sees some of the biggest names in men’s tennis take to the court at Queen’s for the Aegon Championship, while Birmingham hosts the women at the Aegon Classic.

Follow the road to Wimbledon LIVE on Eurosport Player

Next week, the ATP and WTA tours both arrive in Eastbourne for the Aegon International, while for the first time Eurosport brings you live coverage of the Wimbledon qualifying.

This is how you can watch all the action unfold and which big stars to look out for in each competition.

ATP Aegon Championships – Queen’s 2017

Britain's Andy Murray (L) shakes hands with Britain's Aljaz Bedene (R)

Britain's Andy Murray (L) shakes hands with Britain's Aljaz Bedene (R)Getty Images

When does it start? What dates does it run?

June 19-25.

What’s the big story?

It’s been a tricky season so far for Andy Murray, but the world number one will be looking for more home comforts at Queen’s as he targets a record sixth title.

Both of his Wimbledon victories have been preceded by a win at Queen’s and Murray starts off against fellow Brit Aljaz Bedene. Stan Wawrinka, the man who beat him in the semi-finals of the French Open, is second seed.

Which top players are there?

Murray is the headline act, along with Wawrinka, but Milos Raonic (third seed), Marin Cilic (fourth), Jo Wilfried-Tsonga (fifth), Grigor Dimitrov (sixth), Tomas Berdych (seventh) and Nick Kyrgios (ninth) make this a star-studded event.

Which British talents are hoping to shine?

Bedene has a tough start up against Murray but there is also British interest in the shape of wild cards Cameron Norrie and James Ward, and British number two Kyle Edmund.

Order of play

How can I watch live on TV?

Who are the Eurosport pundits

Rob Curling presents from west London, with Annabel Croft, Greg Rusedski and Pat Cash on hand to provide their expert knowledge.

How can I get tickets?