Queen’s Club Cinch Championships 2023 Prize Money, Players, Schedule, Tickets

Carlos Alcaraz Cinch CHampionships winner

Queen’s club also known as Cinch Championships has been categorized at the ATP tour 500 events. This tournament was played on an outdoor grass court surface.

120th edition will start from 19 to 25 June at Queen’s Club, London United Kingdom. The event consists of 32 singles draws and 16 doubles draw. This is one of the longest-running Grass tennis events.

Cinch Championships 2023

Cinch Championships Tennis Tournament

The 2023 Queen’s Club Championships, also referred to as the cinch Championships due to sponsorship, will be an esteemed men’s professional tennis tournament taking place at the Queen’s Club in London, United Kingdom. Scheduled from June 19th to June 25th, 2023, this event will showcase thrilling matches on outdoor grass courts. Notably, it marks the 120th edition of the tournament and holds the distinction of being classified as an ATP Tour 500 tournament on the esteemed 2023 ATP Tour.

LocationLondon, United Kingdom
VenueQueen’s Club
Tour categoryATP 250
Prize Money€2,195,175
Draw32 S, 16 D

Cinch Championships 2023 Results

In singles, Carlos Alcaraz conquers the Queen’s Club tournament and recovers the top of the ranking Despite struggling in the first set, Alcaraz defeated Alex De Minaur 6-4, 6-4 in the Queen’s Club Championships final. With 1st title on Grass, Alcaraz won the fifth title of the season, equaling his record in 2022. At 20 years old, the Spaniard already has 11 ATP titles. Wimbledon follows.

In the doubles title, Croatian Davis Cup representative Ivan Dodig and American tennis player Austin Krajicek on Sunday became the winners of the ATP 500 tournament on a grass surface in the prestigious London Queen’s Club, where they defeated the American Taylor Fritz and the Czech Jiri Lehečka in the final match 6-4, 6-7 ( 5), 10-3, which as a pair completed the titles on all surfaces where ATP tournaments are played.

Carlos Alcaraz Cinch Championships

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Queen’s Club Championships 2022-2021 Results

2021 champion Matteo Berrettini successfully defended his title by defeating Filip Krajinović in the final, 7–5, 6–4 to win the singles tennis title at the 2022 Queen’s Club Championships and successfully defend his title.
In doubles, Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic are the new cinch Championships doubles champions after defeating Briton Lloyd Glasspool and his partner Harri Heliovaara.

In 2021, the Singles champion was Italian star Matteo Berrettini. Berrettini defeated Cameron Norrie of home star in the final set, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3. On another side in doubles, French pair Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut won the championship. French Pair also won 2016’s doubles championship. French pair faced Reilly Opelka of USA and John Peers of Australia. John’s peers also won the 2018 doubles championship paired with Finland star Henri Kontinen.

Queen’s Club Championships History and Winners

The Queen’s Club Championships, originally known as the London Athletic Club Tournament, was established in 1881 at Stamford Bridge, Fulham. It later moved to its current location, the Queen’s Club, in 1890. The tournament started with men’s and women’s singles events and gradually added men’s doubles, mixed doubles, and women’s doubles. The tournament was interrupted during the World Wars and was part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit from 1970 to 1989. The women’s tournament was discontinued after 1973, and there was a break in the men’s tournament from 1974 to 1976. The event is currently classified as an ATP Tour 500 series tournament and has won the ATP Tournament of the Year award multiple times.


Notably, Andy Roddick set the world record for the fastest serve in 2004, and Andy Murray holds the record for the most singles titles won (5 times). Additionally Rafael Nadal, Matteo Berrittini, Cilic and some big names are in winning history of Queen’s club championship.

YearSingles ChampionsDoubles Champions
2023Carlos AlcarazAustin Krajicek / Ivan Dodig
2022Matteo Berrittini (ITA) Nikola Mektic (Cro) / Mate Pavic (Cro)
2021Matteo Berrittini (ITA)Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) Nicolas Mahut (FRA)
2019Feliciano López (ESP)Feliciano López (ESP) Andy Murray (GBR)
2018Marin Cilic (CRO)Henri Kontinen (FIN) John Peers (AUS)
2017Feliciano López (ESP)Jamie Murray (GBR) Bruno Soares (BRA)
2016Andy Murray (GBR)Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) Nicolas Mahut (FRA)
2015Andy Murray (GBR)Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) Nicolas Mahut (FRA)

Queen’s Club Championships 2023 Prize Money

In 2023, Cinch Championship Prize money will be €2,195,175 whereas total commitment is €2,345,130. Singles winner will have €477,795 and doubles champions will receive

In 2022 total prize money was €2,134,520 and it was the highest ever prize money in this tournament. The singles winners at Queen’s Club received €399,170 and runner-ups had €214,775. In doubles winning pair had €131,110 and the runner-up received €69,930.

In 2021, the total prize money was €1,290,135 which was way low due to a covid hit. The winner of the singles got €113,785 and the runner-up received €84,075. While doubles champions put €40,200 in their pockets and the runner-up received €30,240.

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
2nd Round€32,10545
1st Round€17,120€9,42010 / 0

Queen’s Club Championships 2023 Draw

The event will have 32 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 4 qualifiers will join 28 singles main draw entries in 1st round.

Cinch Championships 2023 Dates, Schedule

The main draw will be held across a week from 19-25 June with a qualification round set for 18 June.

The official schedule for the event is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
19 JuneRound 1—–
20 JuneRound 1Round 1
21 JuneRound 2Round 1`
22 JuneRound 2Quarter Finals
23 JuneQuarter FinalsSemi-Finals
24 JuneSemi-FinalsFinale
25 JuneFinale

Cinch Championship 2023 Players list

2023 Queen’s Club Championship Player’s Entry List Including Carlos Alcaraz, Taylor Fritz, and Frances Tiafoe. Defending champion Matteo Berrittini will also be featured for 2023 event for defend his title 2nd time in a row.

Top Seed Players

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Carlos Alcaraz2
2Holger Rune6
3Taylor Fritz8
4Frances Tiafoe12
5Cameron Norrie13
6Lorenzo Musetti17
7Alex De Minaur18
8Francisco Cerúndolo20

Queen’s Club Championships Wild Card Entries

  • Milos Raonic (PR)

Cinch Championships Doubles Entry list

SeedPlayersATP Ranking
1Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski4
2Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek5
3Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury11
4Hugo Nys / Jan Zieliński21

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