13 - 19 June 2016

Held at The Queen's Club, London, the Aegon Championship has been voted ATP World Tour 500 Tournament of the Year. It is the third successive year that the Aegon Championships has received an ATP Tournament of the Year award, and comes after the event’s first year as an ATP 500 event.

Featuring the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players, it’s the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts. The tournament is also keenly watched as it’s known as a key indicator for Wimbledon - with 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions having played in it.

This year's tournament was one of the most exciting yet with top players from around the globe competing. Andy Murray wrote himself into the record books once again by beating Milos Raonic to win the Aegon Championships for a fifth time winning 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-3.

Andy Murray is the first man to ever win the Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club five times

Recent history of the Championships

Andy Murray, who with his fifth title now overtakes the likes of Lleyton Hewitt, John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Andy Roddick, said: “It's a tournament that obviously means a lot to me. It's been my most successful tournament, by far, clearly.”

The Queen’s Club

It’s part of the establishment now, but when it was established in 1886, The Queen’s Club was one of Britain’s first multi-sport clubs. A diverse club - as well as tennis, it still caters for squash, real tennis (the game from which tennis evolved) and rackets.