Week 25 (w/c 17 June): Queen’s, Halle, Birmingham, Mallorca, Ilkley

We’re in the middle of the grass season now and have four tour tournaments all televised this week.

Kyle Edmund reached the second round at Queen’s last year.

Queen’s, London

ATP 500, Amazon Prime Video and BBC

First to the Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen’s Club in London.

Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie were accepted directly into the main draw, Dan Evans and Jay Clarke received wildcards, while James Ward made the main draw from a qualifying wildcard.

The top seed this year is Stefanos Tsitsipas, and last year’s champion Marin Cilic returns.

In the doubles draw Andy Murray makes his competitive return with Feliciano Lopez. Other Brits in the doubles draw are Dan Evans and Ken SkupskiJamie Murray and Neal SkupskiLuke Bambridge and Jonny O’Mara and Joe Salisbury with Rajeev Ram.

Queen’s is available with multi-court coverage on Amazon Prime Video, and there is also free-to-air coverage across the BBC.

Mon 17 Jun 12:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
Amazon Prime Video
BBC Red Button
BBC Two
BBC Scotland
Tue 18 Jun 12:00*
12:00
13:00
13:00
17:55
Amazon Prime Video
BBC Red Button
BBC Two
BBC Scotland
BBC Red Button
Wed 19 Jun 11:30*
12:00
13:00
13:00
15:30
17:55
Amazon Prime Video
BBC Red Button
BBC Two
BBC Scotland
BBC Scotland
BBC Red Button
Thu 20 Jun 10:30*
11:00*
13:00
13:00
Amazon Prime Video
BBC Red Button
BBC Two
BBC Scotland
Fri 21 Jun 10:30*
12:00
13:00
13:00
17:55
Amazon Prime Video
BBC Red Button
BBC Two
BBC Scotland
BBC Red Button
Sat 22 Jun 13:00*
13:00
Amazon Prime Video
BBC One
Sun 23 Jun 13:00
13:20
Amazon Prime Video
BBC One

Halle

ATP 500, Amazon Prime Video

Previously known as the Gerry Weber Open, the tournament in Halle is now called the Noventi Open under new sponsorship.

Last year Borna Coric beat Roger Federer in the final; the Swiss is top seed and is looking for a tenth title here.

Dominic Inglot partners Austin Krajicek in the doubles draw.

The tournament has multi-court coverage on Amazon Prime Video.

Mon 17 Jun 11:00 Amazon Prime Video
Tue 18 Jun 11:00* Amazon Prime Video
Wed 19 Jun 11:00* Amazon Prime Video
Thu 20 Jun 11:00* Amazon Prime Video
Fri 21 Jun 11:00* Amazon Prime Video
Sat 22 Jun 12:00* Amazon Prime Video
Sun 23 Jun 11:00 Amazon Prime Video

Birmingham

WTA Premier, Eurosport

The biggest women’s tournament this week is in Birmingham.

Johanna Konta, Heather Watson and Harriet Dart are the Brits in the draw. World number 1 is on the line here and Ashleigh Barty must reach the final or beat Naomi Osaka there in order to replace her. Last year’s champion Petra Kvitova had to withdraw ahead of the tournament with injury.

In doubles, Heather Watson partners Michaela Buzarnescu, Harriet Dart has a wildcard with Venus Williams, and Sarah Beth Grey and Eden Silva also got a wildcard.

The Nature Valley Classic is on Eurosport all week.

Mon 17 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Tue 18 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Wed 19 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Thu 20 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Fri 21 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Sat 22 Jun 11:30 Eurosport 1
Sun 23 Jun 13:00* Eurosport 1

Mallorca

WTA International, BT Sport

Perhaps preferring sunnier climes Angelique Kerber heads up the field in Mallorca. Last year’s winner Tatjana Maria chose not to defend her title.

There is coverage from Mallorca all week on BT Sport.

Mon 17 Jun 13:00
17:30
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Tue 18 Jun 10:00
15:00
17:30
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Wed 19 Jun 11:00
15:30
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Thu 20 Jun 11:00
15:30
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Fri 21 Jun 11:00
15:30
BT Sport 2
BT Sport 2
Sat 22 Jun 14:30* BT Sport 2
Sun 23 Jun 15:30 BT Sport ESPN

Challengers

The following Brits are playing the ATP Challenger in Ilkley: Paul Jubb, Ryan Peniston, Jan Choinski, Evan Hoyt and Liam Broady all received main draw wildcards. Andrew Watson and Brydan Klein are in qualifying.

Also in Ilkley, on the W100 side, Holly Fischer, Alicia Barnett, Holly Staff and Amelia Rajecki received qualifying wildcards, with Gabriella TaylorMaia Lumsden and Emily Webley-Smith likely to be in the main draw which is yet to be confirmed.


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