QUEEN’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS are back as a host of stars kick off their grass court season ahead of Wimbledon next month.
Andy Murray is among those taking part as he returns from major hip surgery to compete in the Men’s Doubles alongside Argentina’s Feliciano Lopez – but can you still get tickets to see him play?
Are there tickets still available?
On the Lawn Tennis Association’s website, tickets are ranging from £10 to £165 for the week – but availability is limited so make sure you hurry.
To watch Andy Murray in competitive action for the first time since returning from his hip operation, it will set you back at least £75.
But if you want to catch the finals, where reigning champion Marin Cilic and Greek sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas are among those challenging, then it will cost £94 for the cheapest seat or £139 for the most expensive.
StubHub are also selling tickets for the week but the cheapest final entry will set you back £103.
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Where is Queen’s Club and how can I get there?
Queen’s Tennis Club – named after its first patron Queen Victoria – is situated in the West Kensington borough in London.
Aside from the week-long tournament, it is a private members’ club, but you need deep pockets if you hope to join.
While the registration is a measly £185, all new applicants 28 years and over must purchase share – these cost a cool £15,000.
As expected, driving to Queen’s Club is near impossible especially to park – so the tube is your best option.
The nearest tube stations are Barons Court and West Kensington, both sitting on the District Line that goes through London Victoria, Westminster and Blackfriars, among others.
Barons Court is also on the Piccadilly Line, which goes all the way to Kings Cross St Pancras.
Bus numbers 28, 391 and N28 are all within walking distance of Queen’s Club, which can connect you to Richmond, Wandsworth and Camden Town.