Get all the details you need for the highly anticipated cinch Championships 2024! From the adrenaline-fuelled matches to the star-studded lineup of players, this blog post is your ultimate guide to the prestigious tennis event. Discover the tournament schedule, key players, order of play, and how to secure premium tickets for an unforgettable tennis experience.

Held at the iconic Queen's Club in the heart of Kensington, London, the cinch Championships promise an electrifying showcase of top-tier men’s singles and doubles tennis. As a pivotal precursor to Wimbledon, this event garners intense attention from fans and players alike.

With its esteemed ATP 500 status and remarkable track record, including being voted ATP 500 Tournament of the Year five times in the last eight years, most recently in 2023, the cinch Championships undeniably stands out as a highlight in the tennis calendar.

Get ready for an exhilarating tennis experience as we dive into everything you need to know about this thrilling tournament!

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cinch Championships 2024 dates

This year’s tournament is set to be as important as ever, especially with Carlos Alcaraz carrying his superb 2023 Queens winning form into his first Wimbledon championship not long after.

The tournament is set to take place over 9 days between Monday 17th - Sunday 22nd of June. Centre Court typically hosts the marquee matches, including high-profile singles matches and the championship matches for both singles and doubles events.

Matches on the outer courts provide opportunities for spectators to enjoy competitive tennis, featuring a mix of established stars and rising talents.

What is the schedule of play for the cinch Championships 2024?

Here is the provisional schedule of play for the 2024 cinch Championships:

First round:

  • Singles and Doubles, Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th June

Second round:

  • Singles, Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th June

First round/quarter-finals:

  • Doubles, Wednesday 19th June


  • Doubles, Thursday 20th June
  • Singles, Friday 21st June


  • Doubles, Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd June
  • Singles, Saturday 22nd June


  • Single and Doubles, Sunday 23rd June

What time does play start at the cinch Championships?

The start times for Centre Court play may vary, but they will commence no earlier than noon from Monday to Friday, 1 pm on Saturdays, and 1:30 pm on Sundays.

Who is playing at the cinch Championships this year?

At the 2024 Cinch Championships at The Queen's Club, defending champion Carlos Alcaraz will be joined by three of the top 20 players in the world. Below is the list of confirmed players so far:

Carlos Alcaraz (ESP, world No.2):

Carlos Alcaraz's rapid ascent in professional tennis has been remarkable. Born in 2003, the Spanish phenom made history as the youngest ATP Challenger Tour champion at 17.

In 2023 he dominated world tennis winning 6 tournaments including Queen’s and Wimbledon. Alcaraz's remarkable talent and composure mark him as a rising star with the potential for future Grand Slam success, captivating fans worldwide with his electrifying play.

Holger Rune (DEN, world No.7):

is a talented Danish tennis player known for his dynamic playing style and promising potential. 2023 was a great year for the young man & he will hope to build on that going into the grass season.

Alex de Minaur (AUS, world No.9):

De Minaur - Alex de Minaur, known as "Demon," is an Australian tennis player celebrated for his speed, agility, and relentless baseline play. With a compact stature but explosive energy, he has earned a reputation as one of the most tenacious competitors on the ATP Tour.

Frances Tiafoe (USA, world No.16)

Tiafoe - Francis Tiafoe is a talented American tennis player known for his powerful game and energetic on-court presence. With a dynamic playing style and aggressive baseline play, he has captured attention on the ATP Tour.

The chance to see 4 players inside the world’s top 15 at an Atp 500 tournament is a rare opportunity and not one that tennis fans should miss out on!

Is Andy Murray playing in the cinch Championships?

In 2023, Andy Murray made his 16th appearance at Queen's Club, a testament to his enduring legacy in the tournament. The five-time Cinch Championships singles champion was accompanied by 2021 runner-up Cameron Norrie. However, the British No.1 opted to withdraw from doubles alongside Norrie, citing fatigue as the reason.

As of now, no indications or reports are suggesting that Murray will participate in the Cinch Championships in 2024.

How to watch the cinch Championships live and in style

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