When does Andy Murray play next? What time will Murray play at Queen’s Club?

Andy Murray is ready to return to tennis action – but when will he feature at Queen's Club?

Andy Murray

Andy Murray has made a stunning comeback to professional tennis at the Queen’s Club Championships.

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The former World Number 1 will play through the pain as he seeks to end his career with a send-off summer in the UK.

Murray and doubles partner Feliciano Lopez beat the No 1 seeds Robert Farah and Juan Sebastian Cabal in the Round of 16, and dependent on his form and fitness,  will be ready to make an emotional appearance at Wimbledon.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about Andy Murray’s upcoming schedule.

When does Andy Murray play next?

Murray is partnering Lopez in the doubles event at Queen’s.

They are playing Britain’s Joe Salisbury and American Rajeev Ram in the final on Sunday 23rd June. The match is expected to start at 2.50pm.

How to watch Andy Murray live at Queen’s Club

RadioTimes.com has rounded up a full guide on how to watch the Queen’s Club Championships.

For the full schedule – including when and how to watch Andy Murray in action – check out our Queen’s Club TV guide.

Will Andy Murray play at Wimbledon?

Murray is clearly in pain, but one final appearance at Wimbledon would provide quite the send-off for one of Britain’s finest ever sportsmen.

However, as much as fans would love to see him one more time at SW19, Murray won’t be swayed by sentimentality, as seen throughout his career.

He will only feature at Wimbledon if he is fit to do so, and early reports suggest he will not be fit enough to compete in the singles event.

If he comes through Queen’s Club unscathed, he may enter the doubles competition at Wimbledon, but don’t expect fireworks from the Scottish star.

How many times has Andy Murray won Wimbledon?

Murray has triumphed at Wimbledon twice (2013, 2016) despite playing in the era of all-time tennis legends, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

He became the first British man to win the singles title at Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936.

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Murray also won an Olympic gold medal at the All-England Club in 2012.