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The Queen's Club, London 15 - 23 June 2024

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cinch Championships | Overview

Discover more about cinch
Discover more about cinch
The cinch Championships is one of the most popular and longest-running ATP Tour tennis events. Established in 1889 and held at The Queen’s Club in West Kensington each June, it's consistently supported by the best singles and doubles players of the men's game. The tournament is sponsored by cinch who take the faff out of buying a car. As the leader in online car purchases in the UK, cinch offers a motorist-friendly way to search for and buy a quality-checked, everyday great-value car entirely online.

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International

cinch Championships 2023: Alfie Hewett & Gordon Reid seal first doubles title, while Hewett finishes runner-up in singles

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid holding the cinch Championships doubles title
International

cinch Championships 2023: Dodig and Krajicek defeat singles stars Fritz and Lehecka to claim doubles title

Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek holding their championship trophy on court at the cinch Championships
International

cinch Championships 2023: Carlos Alcaraz reigns supreme to lift a career-first grass title

Carlos Alcaraz is a cinch Championships winner for the first time in his career after defeating Australia’s Alex de Minaur in Sunday’s final.

cinch Championships 2023 winner Carlos Alcaraz stood holding his trophy on court with the Spanish flag draped around his shoulders
International

cinch Championships 2023: Results & updates

Get all the latest results and updates from this year's cinch Championships from 19-25 June.

Carlos Alcaraz smiling on court while lifting the cinch Championships trophy

cinch Championships 2023: Hewett and Reid target singles and doubles title haul

Top seed Alfie Hewett will play Belgium’s defending champion and second seed Joachim Gerard in Sunday’s wheelchair singles final at the cinch Championships.

British wheelchair player Alfie Hewett hits a forehand on court at the cinch Championships

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