This year's Queen's Club tennis tournament has felt like a real celebration of tennis, ahead of the serious Wimbledon business just around the corner. The biggest story has been Andy Murray's big comeback at a tournament he's won a record five times. See how Andy and the rest get on with a Queen's Club tennis live stream.
Founded back in 1890, this 129-year-old tournament is held in West Kensington and is part of the ATP World Tour 500 series – it's also one of the oldest tennis tournaments on the planet. It's also where a world's fastest serve record was set by Andy Roddick in 2004 with a smashing 153 mph mega swing.
The 2018 winner Marin Cilic defeated Novak Djokovic, both of whom will be returning this year as will 2017 winner Feliciano Lopez. All that should make for great viewing and Murray says of his return: “Once you get back on a match court, that’s when you can really test yourself. I’d imagine after here I’d get a better idea of where I’m at.”
While centre court can only hold 9,000 people, you don't need to miss out. So if you want to catch all the action live, read on to find out the best way you can live stream Queen's Club tennis from wherever you are. The ace news (sorry) is that it's absolutely free to watch if you're in the UK.
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How to watch Queen's Club tennis 2019 for free: UK stream
This year Queen's Club tennis 2019 will be aired on the BBC Two live, meaning it's free for anyone to watch via TV, the BBC iPlayer app or a TV player online.
Alternatively, if you're watching online, we'd heartily recommend TVPlayer.com, which offers a host of channels with a high quality stream.
Amazon Prime will also host the event this year, live, so you can stream direct from any device that has the Prime Instant Video app.
Generally speaking, Queen's coverage will start at around 1pm daily.
Get a Queen's Club tennis live stream from outside your country
If you try to watch this calssic British tennis tournament from abroad while on holiday or away on business, you'll discover that iPlayer will block your progress. It isn't licensed to show the action outside the UK.
To get around that block, you can use a VPN – or Virtual Private Network – to pretend that your laptop or mobile's IP address is back in the UK. It's much simpler than it sounds, and can be done in three very easy steps: