Cinch Championships 2021 live stream | How to watch ATP Queen’s Club live online

Jamie Shaw in ATP Queens Club 14 Jun 2021
Andy Murray in action (PA Images)

The grass court season commences at the Cinch Championships at Queen’s Club, and a live stream is available for multiple matches.

The 118th edition of the event is part of the ATP Tour 500 series and will take place at the Queen’s Club in London from June 14-20.

The star-studded tournament features eight seeds and a series of qualifiers and wildcards competing for a prize fund of €1,290,000.

For most, the Cinch Championships will provide a final opportunity to fine-tune preparations for Wimbledon in a fortnight’s time.

Spain’s Feliciano Lopez is the defending champion from when the event was last held in 2019.

Matteo Berrettini, Denis Shapovalov, Jannik Sinner and Dan Evans are among the seeds, while five-time champion Andy Murray makes his return to competitive singles action for the first time since March following injury.

Murray has won more singles titles than any other player in the history of Queen’s Club, with his most recent triumph coming in 2016.

Selected matches are available to watch live on desktop, mobile or tablet devices in the UK and various other regions worldwide.

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How to watch Cinch Championships live stream

1) Go to Bet365 via this special link

2) Register an account and make a first deposit of up to £100 to receive up to £100 in Bet Credits*

3) Once registered, go to the sports homepage and select ‘Tennis’ from the left-hand menu

4) Select the play icon next to the match in progress and the stream window will appear

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