AEGON Championships 2017 Tennis Live Streaming

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AEGON Championships 2017 Live Streaming

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ATP AEGON Championships 2017 Tennis Live
Date:Jun 19 – Jun 25, 2017

Vanu:The Queens Club – London, England
Live:Online TV

The tournament started back in 1884, which makes it one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world. Always played on grass courts (which Roddick called “maybe the best in the whole world”), the tournament has a rich history and almost every great player won here at least once (except for Federer, who prefers to play in Halle every year). The event is a very good warm up for Wimbledon and has raised the total prize money to €1,836,660 for the 2017 edition.

#1 Andy Murray – Winner of five titles in London, including the one in 2016, Andy is on a mission to defend his title and the 500 ATP points. His #1 position in the rankings in threatened by Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, so every point counts. Also, Andy has won only one title in 2017 (no major ones), which doesn’t fit well with his top ATP rank.

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#2 Stan Wawrinka – The Swiss managed to reach his fourth Grand Slam final at Roland Garros but grass is not his favourite surface. Wawrinka never won a grass court event, even though he played a final (in Den Bosch). For Stan, this will be a good warm up for the upcoming Wimbledon and that’s pretty much it.

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#3 Milos Raonic – Milos is feeling good on grass, being the runner-up at the last Wimbledon. However, he did not win any tournament on grass, hardcourts being his best surface. This tournament will be a good training ground for Raonic, as he will face a great competition trying to defend his runner-up position this year at Wimbledon.

#4 Marin Cilic – A winner in 2012 and a runner-up in 2013, Cilic might be considered a favourite for the title. Fast surfaces are best for his playing style and he looks to be in very good form.Watch Now