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How to watch championships live online

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Andy Murray will make a return to the tennis court this week for the first time since January in the Queen’s Club Championships.

This year’s tournament is a big comeback for the former World Number 1, who had previously announced his intention to retire from the game due to injury.

He’ll be playing in the men’s doubles alongside Feliciano Lopez, and fans are hoping that his return to professional tennis at Queen’s means he’ll be able to make Wimbledon next month (albeit still in the doubles).

You can catch Murray playing, as well as all the other action both on TV and online – here’s how.

When are the Queen’s Club Championships?

Andy Murray at Wimbledon 2016

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You don’t have long to wait to watch the likes of Murray, Juan Martin Del Potro, Marin Cilic and co begin their tournament, as Queen’s Club starts today (Monday, June 17) at 12pm BST.

There are a couple of juicy fixtures to tune into on the first day, with Brit hopeful Cameron Norrie taking on Kevin Anderson at 2.40pm and James Ward battling Gilles Simon at 4pm.

The tournament will run all the way through to Sunday, June 23 and will start at 12pm on Monday to Friday, 1pm on Saturday, and 1.30pm on Sunday.

It’s hosted in West Kensington, so if you’re in London and want to watch it live – head west.

How to watch Queen’s Club Championships online and on TV

If you have a TV licence, you can watch the whole tournament for free on the BBC, or you can catch up on all the action on BBC iPlayer.

Sign up to Amazon Prime

However, if you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can watch all the action, as well as extensive analysis and post/pre-match coverage, on Amazon Prime too.

You can hop online and watch any game you want live on your phone, tablet, computer or laptop.

You can get a 30-day free-trial if you sign up with a unique email right now, and then it’s £7.99 a month to get full access to Amazon Prime’s TV and movies.

Queen’s Club Championship schedule

Monday, June 17

BBC Two – 1pm-6pm

BBC Red Button – 12pm-1pm

Amazon Prime – from 12pm

Tuesday, June 18

BBC Two – 1pm-6pm

BBC Red Button – 12pm-1pm and 5.55pm-7pm

Amazon Prime – from 12pm

Wednesday, June 19

BBC Two – 1pm-6pm

BBC Red Button – 12pm-1pm and 5.55pm-7pm

Amazon Prime – from 12pm

Thursday, June 20

BBC Two – 1pm-6pm

BBC Red Button – 12pm-1pm

Amazon Prime – from 12pm

Friday, June 21

BBC Two – 1pm-6pm

BBC Red Button – 12pm-1pm and 5.55pm-7pm

Amazon Prime – from 12pm

Saturday, June 22

BBC Two – 1pm-5pm

Amazon Prime – from 1pm

Sunday, June 23

BBC Two – 1pm-4pm

BBC Red Button – 2pm-4pm

Amazon Prime – from 1pm


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