How to watch Queen's Club: live stream Cilic vs Djokovic from anywhere in the world
The 2018 Queen's Club tennis championships has been one of the most compelling in years. The annual curtain raiser before Wimbledon, this year's grass-court tournament has seen the return of Andy Murray, some Nick Kyrgios antics and a fantastic field that has culminated in a grandstand Queen's final of Marin Cilic vs Novak Djokovic.
And because the good old BBC is showing the best of the action, you can stream Queen's Club 2018 live from practically anywhere on Earth.
This year the official name for Queen's is the Fever-Tree Championships which, like every year, runs two weeks before Wimbledon starts. Queen's Club is the men's ATP tennis tournament that runs each year ahead of Wimbledon in England. The Queen's tennis championship can be traced back to 1884 but it actually began at the current location in 1890, where its has been played for the 128 years since.
So if you want to catch all the action live, read on to find out the best way you can do exactly that from wherever you are. And the best bit? It's absolutely FREE!
How to watch Queen's tennis 2018 for free: UK stream
This year Queen's tennis 2018 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 be covering the action this year for those with a Prime membership. This will cover live, on-demand and catch-up content
Coverage of the final will start at 2.30PM BST.
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