Queen's 2021: tennis tournament’s order of play today, TV coverage - and what time is Andy Murray playing?

Britain's Andy Murray has been handed a Wimbledon 2021 wildcard after winning his first round match at the ATP 500 Cinch Championships

Andy Murray will take to the Queen’s Club court again today (17 June) to face top seed Matteo Berrettini of Italy in the men’s singles draw of the ATP 500 Cinch Championships.

The Scot won his first round match against Benoit Paire 6-3 6-2 on his return from injury and was handed a wildcard entry to Wimbledon 2021, which starts on Monday 28 June.

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Murray, who pulled out of the French Open and hasn't played singles since Rotterdam in March, will compete at Queen's 2021 this week as Wimbledon fortnight draws nearer.

Andy Murray will make a long-awaited return to competitive tennis action at the Queen's Club after three months sidelined through injury. (Pic: Getty)

He skipped the clay court grand slam after feeling discomfort in his groin and opted to prioritise the grass court season, which sees a return of Queen's and Wimbledon.

Both tournaments were cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic.

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When is Queen's 2021?

The world's top tennis stars return to Queen's in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic meant there was no tournament in 2020.

This year's action begins on Monday 14 June and runs through the week until Sunday 20 June, prior to Wimbledon starting on Monday 28 June.

Where is Queen's 2021 being held?

The Queen's Club Championships, to give the tournament its official title, will be played at London's historic Queen's Club in West Kensington.

Queen's Club has hosted the event since 1979 and has attracted some of the world's best tennis players from John McEnroe and Lleyton Hewitt to Rafael Nadal and Murray.

Alongside Murray, fellow Brits Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie, Heather Watson, Harriet Dart and Fran Jones will grace the Queen's Club in 2021.

What is the Queen's 2021 order of play?

First round singles matches are predominantly played across the first two days of the championships before second round games are played Wednesday and Thursday.

Quarter finals are scheduled to take place on Friday before the semi finals on Saturday and final on Sunday, which will also see the final of the doubles competition.

The action doesn't tend to start before 12 noon on centre court and slightly later at weekends and on other courts, though the schedule is heavily dependent on the weather.

Murray vs Berrettini is estimated to start at 1.20pm on 17 June. Fellow Brit, and sixth seed, Dan Evans faces Adrian Mannarino of France at 12noon.

How can I watch Queen's 2021 on TV?

Queen's is available to watch through BBC Sport coverage.

The tournament action can be watched live each day of the week through BBC TV channels, the red button, BBC iPlayer or the BBC Sport website and app.

Coverage of Sunday's Queen's final will be shown live on BBC One from 1pm-4pm.

Who is favourite to win Queen's 2021?

Murray is among the pre-tournament favourites to win the men's Queen's 2021, though Italian Matteo Berrettini is the clear frontrunner at 4/1 with online bookies.

Matteo Berrettini - 4/1

Jannik Sinner - 7/1

Marin Cilic - 8/1

Denis Shapovalov -10/1

Andy Murray - 11/1

Aslan Karatsev - 12/1

Reilly Opelka - 12/1

Dan Evans - 16/1