Carlos Alcaraz - Queen's 2023

Andy Murray hoping to play final Queen’s tournament with limited tickets still available

The Queen’s Club Championships have announced their initial lineup for the 2024, including two former champions, but fans need to hurry as tickets are nearly sold out

With the grass court season being extremely short in the build-up to Wimbledon, Queen’s takes a precedent and features some of the biggest stars every year.

Last year saw Carlos Alcaraz make his first appearance at the tournament, going onto win the ATP 500 title before claiming the Wimbledon crown just three weeks later.

And the Spaniard will be coming back to the Queen’s Club later this year, as he looks to defend a grass court title for the first time in his career.

General access tickets sold out very quickly for the cinch Championships which means that reserving a ticket through an official hospitality option is the only way to make sure you are there. Official provider Keith Prowse have announced they’ve just less than 100 places still available for their Roof Garden VIP Experience during the final’s weekend, which you can book here.

Other big stars that have confirmed their attendance this year include Alex de Minaur, who was the beaten by Alcaraz in the final last year, and will be hoping to go one better when he makes his fourth appearance at the tournament in 2024.

Some of the other top ATP stars announced to compete at Queen’s Club this year include 2023 semi-finalist Holger Rune, and the American trio of Taylor Fritz, Ben Shelton and Frances Tiafoe.

Alcaraz is not the only former champion returning to the event, with five-time singles and 2019 doubles winner Andy Murray hoping to be fit in time for the tournament.

Murray revealed earlier this year that he was unlikely to continue competing after this summer, but faced an injury setback at the Miami Open after rupturing the anterior talofibular ligament in his ankle.

Despite this, the former world No.1 is still hoping to be ready in time for the grass court season to receive a ‘last hurrah’ at the iconic Queen’s Club.

Other Brits announced alongside Murray to be competing at the tournament are 2021 finalist Cameron Norrie, Jack Draper, Dan Evans, and doubles stars Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski.

So get your skates on if you want to secure a guaranteed seat at this most British of tennis experiences. A ‘Roof Garden’ finals weekend package with Keith Prowse includes:

  • Seasonal three-course summer lunch and afternoon tea
  • Complimentary bar of beer, wine, Pimm’s and soft drinks, with takeaway beverages to sip during play
  • Private outdoor terrace overlooking the practice courts
  • Inclusive of an Official Centre Court Premium East Stand ticket
  • Prices from £465pp + VAT
  • Book Now for Queen’s Tickets 2024


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Matthew Johns, Tennishead Writer, is a professional tennis journalist with a specialist degree in Sports Journalism. He's a keen tennis player having represented his local club and University plus he's also a qualified tennis coach. Matthew has a deep knowledge of tennis especially the ATP Tour and thrives on breaking big tennis news stories for Tennishead.